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swede

American English: /swid/
British English: /swiːd/

noun

  • (especially British English)
    Example sentences
    • Thicken soups and casseroles with puréed vegetables such as potato, swedes, onions and carrots.
    • Root vegetables such as turnips, swedes and potatoes can last for months if kept in the dark.
    • Then parsnips, onions, carrots, swedes, chestnuts, haricot beans or split peas, a garlic clove.

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There are 2 main translations of swede in Spanish:

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Swede
American English: /swid/
British English: /swiːd/

noun

  • sueco, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Over here there's a few Swedes and Finns discussing strategy in their native tongues.
    • The Swedes and Finns have been harvesting forest biomass to use as energy since the 1970s.
    • The competition for the purest vodka is now a two-horse race between the Swedes and the Finns.

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