Definition of brinjal in English:

brinjal

Line breaks: brin|jal
Pronunciation: /ˈbrɪndʒɔːl
 
, -dʒɒl/

noun

Indian & South African
An aubergine.
More example sentences
  • Every morning, she sat on the floor surrounded by brinjals, potatoes and greens bulging out of hessian bags.
  • Now, they till their small backyard growing brinjals and greens for a living.
  • Add the brinjal, stir for a while and add a little water and cook.

Origin

based on Portuguese berinjela, from Arabic al-bāḏinjān (see aubergine).

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