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Results for: genus Brassica (cabbage, rape etc)Translations 1 - 30 of 103
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genus Brassica (cabbage, rape etc)芸苔 [yun2 tai2]
genus Brassica (cabbage, rape etc)芸苔属 [yun2 tai2 shu3]
genus Brassica (cabbage, rape etc)芸苔屬 [yun2 tai2 shu3]
(cabbage), Brassica chinensis菘 [song1]
(math.) genus亏格 [kui1 ge2]
(math.) genus虧格 [kui1 ge2]
a sand worm (genus Nereis)沙蚕 [sha1 can2]
a sand worm (genus Nereis)沙蠶 [sha1 can2]
alder tree (genus Alnus)赤杨 [chi4 yang2]
alder tree (genus Alnus)赤楊 [chi4 yang2]
Amanita (genus of deadly mushrooms)鵝膏蕈 [e2 gao1 xun4]
Amanita (genus of deadly mushrooms)鹅膏蕈 [e2 gao1 xun4]
bak choy, Brassica chinensis小白菜 [xiao3 bai2 cai4]
blue, cabbage, surname Lan蓝 [lan2]
blue, cabbage, surname Lan藍 [lan2]
bok choy, Chinese cabbage, Brassica pekinensis大白菜 [da4 bai2 cai4]
Brassica (cabbage family)芸薹 [yun2 tai2]
Brassica (cabbage family)芸薹属 [yun2 tai2 shu3]
Brassica campestris subsp. rapa苤 [pie3]
Brassica narinosa (broadbeaked mustard), Chinese flat cabbage塌棵菜 [ta1 ke1 cai4]
Brassica oleracea, kohlrabi苤蓝 [pie3 lan5]
Brassica oleracea, kohlrabi苤藍 [pie3 lan5]
budgerigar (genus Psittacella, several species), budgie虎斑鸚鵡 [hu3 ban1 ying1 wu3]
budgerigar (genus Psittacella, several species), budgie虎斑鹦鹉 [hu3 ban1 ying1 wu3]
cabbage卷心菜 [juan3 xin1 cai4]
cabbage捲心菜 [juan3 xin1 cai4]
cabbage甘蓝菜 [gan1 lan2 cai4]
cabbage甘藍菜 [gan1 lan2 cai4]
cabbage (round cabbage most commonly found in Western countries)洋白菜 [yang2 bai2 cai4]
cabbage, Chinese broccoli, gai larn甘蓝 [gan1 lan2]
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