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See also: Chard
From earlier card (remodelled after chardoon, obsolete form of cardoon), from Middle French carde, from Latin carduus (“thistle”). Doublet of cardoon.
chard (countable and uncountable, plural chards)
- (uncountable, cooking) An edible leafy vegetable, Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla, with a slightly bitter taste.
- (cooking) Artichoke leaves and shoots, blanched to eat.
- (leafy vegetable): mangold, silverbeet, Swiss chard
Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla
blanched artichoke leaves and shoots
Representing colloquial pronunciation. See ch-.
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