How to say spinach in French: épinards

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How to say spinach in French: épinards

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

To say spinach in French: épinards
Say it out loud: “ay pee nahr

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Some more helpful words in our French Vegetables category:

artichokes – artichauts  (arr tee show)
beans – haricots  (air ee coh)
carrots – carottes  (carrot)
chickpeas – pois chiches  (pwah sheesh)
cucumber – concombre  (cone coh mb)
eggplant – aubergine  (oh bear jheen)
garlic – ail  (eye)
lentils – lentilles  (lawn teelh)
mushrooms – champignons  (shawm peen yoan)
olives – olive  (oh leev)
onions – oignon  (oan yoan)
peppers – poivrons  (pwah vroan)
potato – pommes de terre  (poam day tair)
salad – salade  (suh lahd)
spinach – épinards  (ay pee nahr)
tomatoes – tomates  (toe maht)

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

Arabic–Sabanekh  (sa ba nek)
Chinese–Bōcài  (Bwo Tsai)
Croatian–špinat  (shpee naht)
Czech–špenát  (schpen aht)
Finnish–pinaatti  (pin aaht tih)
French–épinards  (ay pee nahr)
German–spinat  (zpee not)
Italian–spinaci  (spin ah chee)
Japanese–Hourensou  (Hoh Ren Saw)
Korean–Sigeumchi  (Shi Gum Chi)
Polish–szpinak  (shpee' nak)
Portuguese–Espinafre  (es peen ah free)
Russian–shpinat  (shpee naht)
Spanish–espinacas  (ess pee nah' kuhs)
Swahili–mchicha  (m’ chee chah)
Thai–Phak Khom  (pahk kohm)
Turkish–ıspanak  (oos' pah nahk)
Vietnamese–Cải Bó Xôi  (Cai Baw Soy)

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