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haricot also: haricot bean
American English: /ˈhɛrəˌkoʊ/
British English: /ˈharɪkəʊ/

Translation of haricot in Spanish:


  • frijol (masculine) or (Spain) alubia (feminine) or judía (feminine) or (Southern Cone) poroto (masculine)
    (de color blanco)
    Example sentences
    • I like to use asparagus and haricots verts, but you have to blanch them first.
    • The ‘roast’ halibut looked a bit anaemic and was served on what is becoming a ubiquitous bland base for fish: leeks, haricots verts and asparagus.
    • To make the haricot vert salad: In a bowl, combine the haricots verts, shallot, and walnut oil.

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