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Polish translation: jarmuż

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GLOSSARY ENTRY (DERIVED FROM QUESTION BELOW)
English term or phrase:kale
Polish translation:jarmuż
Entered by: Piotr Turski
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19:57 Mar 3, 2002
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
Food & Drink / Food
English term or phrase: kale
What we should eat: "Emphasize cruciferous vegetables such as kale, brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cabbage..."

What's the Polish term?
Piotr Turski
Poland
Local time: 19:35
jarmuz
Explanation:
to tyle

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Note added at 2002-03-03 20:13:02 (GMT)
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chociaz niektore slowniki podaja kapusta wloska/jarmuz, w tym kontekscie wybralbym jarmuz.
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Andrzej Lejman
Local time: 19:35
Grading comment
Dziekuje.
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4 +4jarmuz
Andrzej Lejman


  

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11 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +4
jarmuz


Explanation:
to tyle

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Note added at 2002-03-03 20:13:02 (GMT)
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chociaz niektore slowniki podaja kapusta wloska/jarmuz, w tym kontekscie wybralbym jarmuz.

Andrzej Lejman
Local time: 19:35
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Native speaker of: Polish
PRO pts in category: 80
Grading comment
Dziekuje.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jerzy Czopik
6 mins

agree  bartek: It's jarmuz. These leafy nonheading cabbages bear the Latin name Brassica oleracea variety acephala, the last term meaning "without a head." They have many names in many languages, as a result of their great antiquity and widespread use.
14 mins

agree  Hanna Burdon
8 hrs

agree  EWKA
1 day11 hrs
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