Definition of multigrain in English:

multigrain

Syllabification: mul·ti·grain
Pronunciation: /ˈməltiˌɡrān, ˈməltī-
 
/

adjective

(Of bread) made from more than one kind of grain.
More example sentences
  • He liked homemade carrot juice, nutty sunflower pate, roast jicama with a little balsamic vinegar, organic multigrain bread, and cholesterol-free egg substitute.
  • He laughed and he said: ‘Well I can bring you baguettes or multigrain bread.’
  • If the main ingredient on a multigrain bread is enriched wheat flour, for example, it does not contain whole grain.

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