Translation of pistachio in Spanish:

pistachio

Pronunciation: /pɪˈstæʃiəʊ/

n

  • 1.1pistachio (nut) pistacho (m), pistache (m) (Mexico/México)
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    • Garnish with celery greens, pistachios, capers and sea salt.
    • I can only describe them as 150% sweet, sticky, full of sesame seeds and pistachio nuts with added chilli and curry powder.
    • I love the reds and the greens of the pistachios layered on top.
    1.2 (tree) pistacho (m), pistache (m) (Mexico/México)
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    • Mangoes come in hundreds of varieties and a wide range of shapes and sizes, and are distant relatives of cashews, pistachios, poison oak and poison ivy.
    • The Chinese pistachio is a beautiful tree that matures to about 40 feet in height with a 30-foot canopy.
    • Representatives of several major media outlets were on hand as hundreds of volunteers, many of them TXU employees, gathered to plant the oaks, cypresses, and pistachios.

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