Translation of asafetida in Spanish:

asafetida

Pronunciation: /ˌæsəˈfiːtɪdə; ˌæsəˈfetɪdə/
, (BrE) asafoetida

n

  • 1.1 u (gum) asa (f‡) fétida
    More example sentences
    • A variety of flavoured saunf (fennel seeds), fruity breath-fresheners and indigenous Indian spices like asafoetida and amchur come at Rs.40 for a 100 gm packet.
    • Apparently, he doesn't like using garlic in his food… so he uses this spice called asafetida, which is really stinky and looked like Chinese medicine powder to me.
    • No plant now known from Libya or N. Africa produces a resin that resembles asafoetida.
    1.2 c (plant) asa (f‡) fétida

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