Mangelwurzel



[mang-guh l-wur-zuh l] /ˈmæŋ gəlˈwɜr zəl/

noun, Chiefly British.
1.
a variety of the beet Beta vulgaris, cultivated as food for livestock.
/ˈmænɡəlˌwɜːzəl/
noun
1.
a Eurasian variety of the beet plant, Beta vulgaris, cultivated as a cattle food, having a large yellowish root Often shortened to mangel, mangold

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