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Chinese translation: jalape駉

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05:26 Dec 13, 2003
Spanish to Chinese translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: jalepeño
Is it french? A kind of vegetable.
zwcorp
Local time: 03:58
Chinese translation:jalape駉
Explanation:
It's spelled jalape駉, though you may find it under jalapeno on the web because of shortcomings with local PC keyboards.

I assume they keep the same name in Chinese, since they are being imported from Mexico and the U.S.

Capsicum annum Jalape駉 and Cayenne varieties are hot forms of the bell pepper species (Capsicum annum). The Cayenne variety dates from Pre-Columbian times and is named after the Cayenne River in French Guiana. The Jalape駉 arose in Mexico.
http://66.102.11.104/search?q=cache:0nTKCdSXTJcJ:www.geog.uf...

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agtranslat
Netherlands
Local time: 20:58
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a kind of mexican pepper?
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jalepe駉
jalape駉


Explanation:
It's spelled jalape駉, though you may find it under jalapeno on the web because of shortcomings with local PC keyboards.

I assume they keep the same name in Chinese, since they are being imported from Mexico and the U.S.

Capsicum annum Jalape駉 and Cayenne varieties are hot forms of the bell pepper species (Capsicum annum). The Cayenne variety dates from Pre-Columbian times and is named after the Cayenne River in French Guiana. The Jalape駉 arose in Mexico.
http://66.102.11.104/search?q=cache:0nTKCdSXTJcJ:www.geog.uf...



agtranslat
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Local time: 20:58
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a kind of mexican pepper?
Thank you!
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