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mangetout
Pronunciation: / ˌmɑnʒˈtu /
British English: /ˈmɒ̃ʒtuː/
, /mɒ̃ʒˈtuː/

Translation of mangetout in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    arveja (feminine) or (Spain) guisante (masculine) or (especially Mexico) chícharo (masculine) mollar
    Example sentences
    • Along with our meals came a dish of vegetables offering small tastings of cauliflower, broccoli, mangetouts, carrots and a larger helping of new potatoes.
    • The next day, the remaining beef was sliced and marinated in soy, rice wine, garlic, sesame oil and cornflour, then tossed in a hot wok with soaked Chinese mushrooms, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts and mangetout, as in today's recipe.
    • The dishes came with nicely cooked baby potatoes, carrots and mangetout.

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