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adzuki

(ædˈzuːkɪ) ,

aduki

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adsuki

n
1. (Plants) a leguminous plant, Phaseolus angularis, that has yellow flowers and pods containing edible brown seeds; widely cultivated as a food crop in China and Japan
2. (Cookery) the seed of this plant
Also: adzuki bean or adsuki bean
[adzuki, from Japanese: red bean]
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