Word: beets

Category: beets

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Related words: beets

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Synonyms: beets

beetroot

Translations: beets

spanish
remolacha, remolachas, la remolacha, las remolachas, remolochas


german
runkelrüben

french
betteraves, betterave, les betteraves, la betterave, des betteraves

italian
barbabietole, bietole, barbabietole da, le barbabietole, barbabietola

portuguese
beterrabas, beterraba, a beterraba, de beterraba

dutch
bieten, bietjes, biet, suikerbieten

russian
свекла

norwegian
rødbeter, beter

swedish
betor, rödbetor, betorna, rödbetorna

finnish
punajuuret, punajuurta, punajuuria, juurikkaita, juurikkaiden

danish
roer, roerne, rødbeder, sukkerroer

czech
řepa, řepy, řepu, červené řepy

polish
buraki, burak, buraczki, buraków, buraczkami

hungarian
cékla, céklát, cukorrépa, répa, répát

turkish
pancar, pancarı, pancarlar

greek
τεύτλα, παντζάρια, τα τεύτλα, τεύτλων, τα παντζάρια

ukrainian
буряк, буряки, свекла, Соняшник, Силос

albanian
panxhar, rrepa, panxhar të

bulgarian
цвекло, захарно цвекло, на цвекло, цвеклото

belarusian
буракі, бурак

estonian
peet, suhkrupeedi, peedi, peetide

croatian
repa, repe, repu, repi

lithuanian
runkeliai, burokėliai, runkelių, burokėlių, runkelius

latvian
bietes, biešu, bietēm

macedonian
цвекло, репка, репа, корени цвекло

romanian
sfecla, sfeclă, sfecla de, sfeclă de, sfeclei

slovenian
pesa, pese, peso, repa

slovak
repa, repy, repu, cukrová repa, červená repa

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The meaning and "use of": beets

noun
  • a herbaceous plant widely cultivated as a source of food for humans and livestock, and for processing into sugar. Some varieties are grown for their leaves and some for their large nutritious root.

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