Definition of 'spinach'
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Example sentences containing 'spinach'
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Shred a little spinach from a large pack and a bunch of fresh basil leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Time for sweet potato and spinach soup and pastries. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can use raw spinach leaves for this. A Passion for Food (1989)The finale is folding in a handful of young spinach. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Use kitchen scissors to chop the spinach into the feta cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Slice the lamb and serve with the beans and spinach. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Stir olives and spinach into the tomato. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Serve with the sweet potato mash and spinach and kidney beans. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Serve alongside spoons of the spelt salad and wilted spinach leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Stir in the quartered tomatoes and spinach leaves. The Sun (2012)Pour the egg mix over the potatoes bacon and spinach. The Sun (2015)Shred the spinach and chop the parsley and add to the pan. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Serve with a large spinach salad. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Push handfuls of spinach under beans. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This combination of food is very good with spinach or British green beans. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Meanwhile, boil the spinach for three minutes. The Sun (2013)Peas, green beans or spinach would be good too. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Boil young leaf spinach for 2 min. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'spinach'
British English: spinach /ˈspɪnɪdʒ; -ɪtʃ/ NOUN
Spinach is a vegetable with large green leaves.
- American English: spinach
- Arabic: سَبَانِخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espinafre
- Chinese: 菠菜
- Croatian: špinat
- Czech: špenát
- Danish: spinat
- Dutch: spinazie
- European Spanish: espinaca
- Finnish: pinaatti
- French: épinard
- German: Spinat
- Greek: σπανάκι
- Italian: spinaci
- Japanese: ほうれん草
- Korean: 시금치
- Norwegian: spinat
- Polish: szpinak
- European Portuguese: espinafre
- Romanian: spanac
- Russian: шпинат
- Spanish: espinaca
- Swedish: spenat
- Thai: ผักโขม
- Turkish: ıspanak
- Ukrainian: шпинат
- Vietnamese: cải bó xôi
Definition of spinach from the Collins English Dictionary
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