Definition of 'mixed salad'
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Used Rarely. mixed salad is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mixed salad'
British English: mixed salad /mɪkst ˈsæləd/ NOUN
A mixed salad is a mixture of raw or cold foods such as lettuce, cucumber, and tomatoes.
- American English: mixed salad
- Arabic: سَلَاطَةٌ مَخْلُوطَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: salada mista
- Chinese: 什锦色拉
- Croatian: miješana salata
- Czech: míchaný salát
- Danish: blandet salat
- Dutch: gemengde salade
- European Spanish: ensalada mixta
- Finnish: sekasalaatti
- French: salade composée
- German: gemischter Salat
- Greek: ανάμικτη σαλάτα
- Italian: insalata mista
- Japanese: ミックスサラダ
- Korean: 믹스드 샐러드
- Norwegian: blandet salat
- Polish: sałatka z warzyw
- European Portuguese: salada mista
- Romanian: salată mixtă
- Russian: салат
- Spanish: ensalada mixta
- Swedish: blandad sallad
- Thai: สลัดรวม
- Turkish: karışık salata
- Ukrainian: салат зі свіжих овочів
- Vietnamese: sa lát thập cẩm
Definition of mixed salad from the Collins English Dictionary
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