Definition of 'Easter egg'
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Used Rarely. Easter egg is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'Easter egg'
British English: Easter egg /ˈiːstə ɛɡ/ NOUN
An Easter egg is an egg made of chocolate that is given as a present at Easter. In some countries, Easter eggs are hidden and children then look for them.
- American English: Easter egg
- Arabic: بَيْضٌ لعِيدِ الفِصْح
- Brazilian Portuguese: ovo de páscoa
- Chinese: 复活节彩蛋
- Croatian: uskršnje jaje
- Czech: velikonoční vajíčko
- Danish: påskeæg
- Dutch: paasei
- European Spanish: huevo de Pascua
- Finnish: pääsiäismuna
- French: œuf de Pâques
- German: Osterei
- Greek: πασχαλινό αβγό
- Italian: uovo di Pasqua
- Japanese: 復活祭の卵
- Korean: 부활절 달걀
- Norwegian: påskeegg
- Polish: pisanka
- European Portuguese: ovo de Páscoa
- Romanian: ou de paști
- Russian: пасхальное яйцо
- Spanish: huevo de Pascua
- Swedish: påskägg
- Thai: ไข่อีสเตอร์
- Turkish: Paskalya yumurtası
- Ukrainian: великоднє яйце
- Vietnamese: trứng Phục sinh
Definition of Easter egg from the Collins English Dictionary
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