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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Italian dialect
Origin: seleri, from Late Latin selinon 'parsley', from Greek

celery

noun
     
celery
Related topics: Food Dish, Plants
cel‧e‧ry [uncountable]
HBPDFF a vegetable with long pale green stems that you can eat cooked or uncooked:

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