Definition of 'zucchini'
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Example sentences containing 'zucchini'
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The end result should be lengths of zucchini that look like shoestrings. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Squeeze the grated zucchini firmly to remove as much moisture as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The freebie starter of fried anchovies and zucchini had a nasty batter, no good at all. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Spaghetti with zucchini, tomatoes, mozzarella and sage Times, Sunday Times (2010)My fried zucchini were limp, horrid and oversalted. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I chose ravioli shrimps and zucchini followed by tempura fish and chips. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Many of the guests were wearing white, and looked coolly glorious as they grazed on the crispy zucchini flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Fry the zucchini, then season. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'zucchini'
Used Rarely. zucchini is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'zucchini'
British English: zucchini /tsuːˈkiːnɪ; zuː-/ NOUN
Zucchini are long thin green vegetables of the marrow family.
- American English: zucchini
- Arabic: كُوْسَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: abobrinha
- Chinese: 绿皮西葫芦
- Croatian: tikvica
- Czech: cuketa
- Danish: squash
- Dutch: courgette
- European Spanish: calabacín IngAmer
- Finnish: kesäkurpitsa
- French: courgette
- German: Zucchini
- Greek: κολοκυθάκι
- Italian: zucchino
- Japanese: ズッキーニ
- Korean: 서양 호박
- Norwegian: squash
- Polish: cukinia
- European Portuguese: abobrinha
- Romanian: dovlecel
- Russian: кабачок-цуккини
- Spanish: calabacín
- Swedish: zucchini
- Thai: บวบ
- Turkish: kabak
- Ukrainian: цукіні
- Vietnamese: quả bí xanh
Definition of zucchini from the Collins English Dictionary
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