There are 2 translations of plantain in Spanish:

plantain1

Pronunciation: /ˈplæntn; ˈplæntɪn/

noun/nombre

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There are 2 translations of plantain in Spanish:

plantain2

Pronunciation: /ˈplæntn; ˈplæntɪn/

noun/nombre

  • (fruit, tree) plátano (masculine) grande ([ para cocinar ]) plátano (masculine) (Colombia) (Venezuela) , plátano (masculine) macho (Mexico/México)
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    • The Gabonese produce enough bananas, plantains, sugar, and soap to export to nearby cities, but 90 percent of the food is imported.
    • Bananas are typically thought of as a dessert course while the starchy plantains are cooked before eating and are considered a major staple of the tropic countries.
    • On the coast, there is great dependence on bananas and green plantains.
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    • Tree trunks of green banana or plantain stood in ranks, some as tall as me.
    • Excerpts from these will inscribed, along with Chinese ghost stories, on the leaves of a plantain palm - a tree said to attract ghosts in China - installed at the Fruitmarket.
    • The fungus attacks all major varieties of bananas and plantains, turning the leaves a mottled yellow, brown and black, hindering photosynthesis.

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