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Spanish translation of 'beet'

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beet

[biːt ]
noun
1.  (crop) remolacha f forrajera
2.  (US) = beetroot
compounds

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Example Sentences Including 'beet'

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I just swept her a look of freezing scorn and she got as red as a beet and spelled it wrong after all.
LM Montgomery Anne of Green Gables (1872)
In Britain, government subsidies are supporting plans to turn sugar beet into alcohol.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The sugar car has been specially adapted to run on sugar beet instead of petrol.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The increased growth has been discovered in a variety of flora, ranging from tropical rainforests to British sugar beet crops.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Turning beet red, I thought my ministry had been destroyed in its second week.
Christianity Today (2000)

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Used Occasionally. beet is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'beet' in Other Languages

British English: beet NOUN
Beet is a crop with a thick round root.
...fields of sweet corn and beet.
  • American English: beet
  • Brazilian Portuguese: beterraba
  • Chinese: 甜菜
  • European Spanish: remolacha
  • French: betterave
  • German: Rübe
  • Italian: barbabietola rossa
  • Japanese: ビート
  • Korean: 사탕무
  • European Portuguese: beterraba
  • Latin American Spanish: remolacha

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Translation of beet from the Collins English to Spanish
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