How to say artichokes in Italian: carciofi

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How to say artichokes in Italian: carciofi

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To say artichokes in Italian: carciofi
Say it out loud: “car chee oaf ee

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Some more helpful words in our Italian Vegetables category:

artichokes – carciofi  (car chee oaf ee)
beans – fagioli  (faj ee o lee)
carrots – carote  (car oat ay)
chickpeas – ceci  (chech ee)
cucumber – cetriolo  (cheh tree ah low)
eggplant – melanzana  (mell ahn zah nah)
garlic – aglio  (ahl yo)
lentils – lenticchie  (lent ee kyeh)
mushrooms – funghi  (foon ghee)
olives – olive  (oo lee vay)
onions – cipolle  (chee poe lay)
peppers – peperoni  (pepper oh nee)
potato – patata  (puh tah tuh)
salad – insalata  (in suh lot uh)
spinach – spinaci  (spin ah chee)
tomatoes – pomodori  (poe moe door ee)

And here’s how to say artichokes in other languages!

Arabic–Kharshof  (kar shof)
Chinese–Cháoxiǎn Jì  (Chao Shyen Jee)
Croatian–artičoke  (art ee choke ay)
Czech–artyčoky  (ahr tee cho kee)
Finnish–artisokka  (arti sock kah)
French–artichauts  (arr tee show)
German–artischocken  (art is cock in)
Italian–carciofi  (car chee oaf ee)
Japanese–Ātichōku  (Aah Tih Chooh Koo)
Korean–Atichokeu  (Artichoke)
Polish–karczoch  (kar' tchoh)
Portuguese–Alcachofra  (al kah sho frah)
Russian–artishoki  (ahr tee shoh kee)
Spanish–alcachofa  (all kuh chō' fuh)
Swahili–aubergine  (aubergine)
Thai–Atichok  (ah tee chohk)
Turkish–enginar  (in gee nahr)
Vietnamese–A Ti Sô  (Ah Tee Soo)

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