⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'potato' from English to Russian
NOUN   a potato | potatoes
SYNO Irish potato | murphy | potato | ...
картофельный {adj}potato [attr.]
2 Words
картофельные чипсы {мн}
(potato) crisps [Br.]
лежебока {м} {ж}couch potato [coll.]
картофельные чипсы {мн}
potato chips [Am.]
картофелеводство {с}
potato cultivation
картофельное блюдо {с}
potato dish
картофельное поле {с}
potato field
картофелеводство {с}
potato growing
картофельное пюре {с} [нескл.]
potato mash
картофелемялка {ж}
potato masher
картофельный суп {м}
potato soup
жареный картофель {м}roast potato
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
батат {м} [Ipomoea batatas]
sweet potato
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Usage Examples English
  • Red Gold potato is an early variety of North American potato.
  • Route 11 Potato Chips is an American brand and manufacturer of kettle-cooked potato chips based in Mount Jackson, Virginia, United States, located in the Shenandoah Valley.
  • A diploid, it is being extensively studied for its resistance to "Phytophthora infestans" (the cause of late potato blight), and Potato leafroll virus, in an effort to improve the domestic potato "Solanum tuberosum".
  • Taewa are susceptible to potato leafroll virus, potato virus y, potato virus x, and potato virus s. These are spread by aphids, machinery, and the propagation of infected tubers.
  • Loppi is especially known for its potato cultivation, and the potato is classified as the municipality's title plant.
  • Mash Direct was founded by Martin and Tracy Hamilton as a family business, in 2004 diversifying from their potato and vegetable farm.
  • Adaptation of potato farming practices and potato varieties to changing conditions caused by climate change could help maintain crop yields and allow potato to be grown in areas with predicted conditions unsuited to current commercial potato cultivars.
  • Potato: Potatoes replace flags in a specialized game mode.
  • Potato recipes are ubiquitous in Danish cooking. The potato was first introduced into Denmark by French immigrant Huguenots in Fredericia in 1720.
  • Within the film, he also adds a pseudo television broadcast named “Inca Television” to discuss the colonial history of the potato.
  • Afyon has a durable reputation in potato production, it produces around 8% of Turkish potato need. It ranks in the top 5 in potato, sugar-beets, cucumber and barley production.
  • Some potato starch is also produced as a byproduct from the potato processing industry, recovered from the potato cutting circuit during the production of French fries and potato chips.
  • Przesmyki is famous for its potato production and annual regional feast called Dokopiny Ziemniaka (Potato Gleaning), a potato harvest festival which takes place at the end of September.
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