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spinach-rhubarb

[ spin-ich-roo-bahrb ]
/ ˈspɪn ɪtʃˌru bɑrb /
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noun

an Ethiopian plant, Rumex abyssinicus, of the buckwheat family, having leaves that are sometimes used as spinach and leafstalks sometimes used as rhubarb.

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