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betelbe‧tel /ˈbiːtl/ noun [uncountable]  HBPDFa plant whose leaves have a fresh taste, and that some people chew, especially in Asia
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betelThe visitors were treated to rice and betel. 1.The Annamese all chew betel nut.His jaw was moving back and forth rapidly, kneading his betel for another go.I had a mouth full of red betel juice.
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