How to say cucumber in Polish: ogórek

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How to say cucumber in Polish: ogórek

Learning Polish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say cucumber in Polish: ogórek
Say it out loud: “o goo' rek

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Some more helpful words in our Polish Vegetables category:

artichokes – karczoch  (kar' tchoh)
beans – fasolki  (fa sol' kee)
cabbage – kapusta  (ka poo' sta)
carrots – marchewki  (mar hev' kee)
chickpeas – ciecierzyca  (tzie tzie shyh' tza)
cucumber – ogórek  (o goo' rek)
eggplant – bakłażan  (ba kwa' zan)
garlic – czosnek  (chos' neck)
hot peppers – ostre papryczki  (ostre pa pree' ka)
lentils – soczewica  (so tche vee' tza)
lettuce – sałata  (sa wa' ta)
mushrooms – pieczarki  (pyeah char' kee)
olives – oliwki  (o leev' kee)
onions – cebula  (tze boo' la)
potato – ziemniak  (zyem' nyak)
salad – sałatka  (sa wa' ta)
spinach – szpinak  (shpee' nak)
tomatoes – pomidory  (po mee do' ry)
vegetables – warzywa  (va zhy' va)

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

Arabic–Kheyar  (ke yar)
Chinese–Huánggua  (Hwang Gwa)
Croatian–krastavac  (krah stah vahts)
Czech–okurka  (oh kur kuh)
Finnish–kurkku  (koork kuh)
French–concombre  (cone coh mb)
German–gurke  (goor kuh)
Italian–cetriolo  (cheh tree ah low)
Japanese–Kyuri  (Cu' Ree)
Korean–Oi  (Oh Ee)
Polish–ogórek  (o goo' rek)
Portuguese–Pepino  (peh pee noo)
Russian–ogurets  (ah goo ryets)
Spanish–pepino  (peh pee' no)
Swahili–tango  (tah n’goh)
Thai–Taengkwa  (deng gwah)
Turkish–salatalik  (sah lah tall ik)
Vietnamese–Dưa Leo  (Yu-Uh Lay-O)

There are few things you can have with all the meals in your day and one of them is "cucumber" (ogórek). It's light, healthy and can have it anytime of the day or night. So next time you're on tour, pack some "cucumber" (ogórek). Get instant access to the Polish Language Set.

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Agnieszka Piasecka
Biography: Agnieszka Piasecka comes from Poland. She speaks Polish, Russian and English. Agnieszka completed a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Catholic University of Lublin. For several years she has worked as a Landscape Architect in Dublin, Ireland. In 2011 she decided it was time for a change of scenery (and weather) and she moved to China. She currently works as a Project Designer in Nanjing.
Born: Pulawy, Poland
Location: Nanjing, China

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