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monkey nut

Translation of monkey nut in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    maní (masculine) or (Spain) cacahuete (masculine) or (Mexico) cacahuate (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • A man protesting against student debt has completed the stunt of rolling a monkey nut seven miles to Downing Street using only his nose.
    • Known as ground nuts, monkey nuts and goobers, peanuts are native to South America, where they have been cultivated for at least 3,500 years.
    • Also known as groundnuts or monkey nuts, peanuts are actually legumes.

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