Definition of 'carbohydrate'
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British English: carbohydrate /ˌkɑːbəʊˈhaɪdreɪt/ NOUN
Carbohydrates are energy-giving substances found in foods such as sugar and bread.
...carbohydrates such as bread, pasta, or potatoes.
- American English: carbohydrate
- Arabic: كَرْبُوهَيْدرات
- Brazilian Portuguese: carboidrato
- Chinese: 碳水化合物
- Croatian: ugljikohidrat
- Czech: sacharid
- Danish: kulhydrat
- Dutch: koolhydraat
- European Spanish: hidrato de carbono
- Finnish: hiilihydraatti
- French: glucides
- German: Kohlenhydrat
- Greek: υδατάνθρακας
- Italian: carboidrato
- Japanese: 炭水化物
- Korean: 탄수화물
- Norwegian: karbohydrat
- Polish: węglowodan
- European Portuguese: hidrato de carbono
- Romanian: carbohidrat
- Russian: углевод
- Spanish: hidrato de carbono
- Swedish: kolhydrat
- Thai: คาร์โบไฮเดรท
- Turkish: karbonhidrat
- Ukrainian: вуглевод
- Vietnamese: hyđrat cácbon
Definition of carbohydrate from the Collins English Dictionary
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