n (globe artichoke)
- 1.1 alcachofa (f), alcaucil (m) (RPl) (before n) artichoke hearts corazones (mpl) de alcachofa or (RPl) de alcaucilMore example sentences1.2
(Jerusalem artichoke)aguaturma (f), pataca (f)
- Unlike their larger siblings, whose higher placement on the stalk exposes them to the sun, baby artichokes are rendered entirely edible with just a little trimming.
- We ordered the white asparagus and morel soufflé in a globe artichoke with truffle beurre blanc.
- It's what remained after I had enjoyed a particularly good globe artichoke.
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