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peapod

(ˈpiːpɒd)
n
(Botany) the part of a pea plant that surrounds the growing peas
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peapod

[ˈpiːpɒd] Nvaina f de guisante (Sp), vaina f de arveja (LAm), vaina f de chícharo (CAm)
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peapod

nErbsenschote f
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