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brocciflower

Syllabification: broc·ci·flow·er
Pronunciation: /ˈbräkəˌflou(ə)r
 
/
(also broccoflower)

Definition of brocciflower in English:

noun

A light green vegetable that is a cross between broccoli and cauliflower.
Example sentences
  • Siblings of the brocciflower include the broccicolorabi.
  • My biggest weakness is hybrid fruits and vegetables (which reminds me that I haven't seen brocciflower in quite a long time).
  • The vegetables she explores run from the familiar - artichokes, aubergines, radicchio - to the more exotic, such as chayote, cardoons, and brocciflower.

Origin

blend of broccoli and cauliflower.

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