There are 3 main translations of corn in Spanish:

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corn 1

American English: /kɔrn/
British English: /kɔːn/

noun

uncountable
  • 3 (hackneyed sentiments) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • The appetite audiences have for sentimental corn should never be underestimated.
    • Alexander's Ragtime Band is pure corn but rather tasty all the same.
    • God, will I forever be forced to deal with this massive amount of cheese and corn from now on…?

Cultural Note: Corn Belt

Son los estados de la región central de EEUU ( American Midwest), especialmente Iowa, Illinois e Indiana, donde se cultiva la mayor parte del maíz del país.

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There are 3 main translations of corn in Spanish:

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corn 2
American English: /kɔrn/
British English: /kɔːn/

noun

  • (on toe) to tread on somebody's corns (British English) (before noun) corn plaster
    emplasto (masculine) para callos
    Example sentences
    • A variety of products are available over-the-counter for the treatment of common foot problems, such as athlete's foot, onychomycosis, foot pain, corns, warts and bunions.
    • Deepika is my foot guru who, in half an hour, will transform my unattractive foot complete with corns, calluses and untidy-looking toes into a thing of beauty.
    • In addition, soaking your feet in warm water or with Epsom salts can alleviate painful corns and calluses.

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Corn
  • Cornwall

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