Definition of 'mangetout'
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Trends of 'mangetout'
Used Rarely. mangetout is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mangetout'
British English: mangetout /ˌmɑ̃ʒˈtuː/ NOUN
Mangetout are a type of pea whose pods are eaten as well as the peas inside them.
- American English: snow pea
- Arabic: بَسْلَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ervilha-torta
- Chinese: 嫩豌豆
- Croatian: mahune
- Czech: hrách cukrový
- Danish: sukkerært
- Dutch: peul
- European Spanish: guisante mollar
- Finnish: palkoineen syötävä sokeriherne
- French: mange-tout
- German: Zuckererbse
- Greek: μπιζέλι
- Italian: taccola
- Japanese: サヤエンドウ
- Korean: 망쥐뚜
- Norwegian: sukkerert
- Polish: groch cukrowy
- European Portuguese: ervilha-torta
- Romanian: păstaie de mazăre
- Russian: горох стручковый
- Spanish: guisante mollar
- Swedish: sockerärta
- Thai: ถั่วผักชนิดหนึ่ง
- Turkish: mangetout
- Ukrainian: горох у стручках
- Vietnamese: đậu ăn cả vỏ
Definition of mangetout from the Collins English Dictionary
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