What is Le Champignon?

What is Le Champignon?

le champignon the toadstool; the mushroom; the fungus.

How do you say mushroom in different languages?

In other languages mushroom

  1. Arabic: عُشُّ الْغُرَابِ
  2. Brazilian Portuguese: cogumelo.
  3. Chinese: 蘑菇
  4. Croatian: gljiva.
  5. Czech: houba.
  6. Danish: champignon.
  7. Dutch: champignon.
  8. European Spanish: champiñón.

Is eggplant masculine or feminine in French?

Gender Bender

English French
Eggplant L’aubergine (feminine)
Onion L’oignon (masculine)
Pepper Le poivron
Tomato La tomate

What do the French call an eggplant?


Why do they call it eggplant?

The name of eggplant was given it by Europeans in the middle of the eighteenth century because the variety they knew had fruits that were the shape and size of goose eggs. That variety also had fruits that are a whitish or yellowish colour rather than the wine purple that is more familiar to us nowadays.

Is zucchini and eggplant the same?

The eggplant, same as zucchini, is a fruit. Again, it has a role of a vegetable; it comes in many colors but mostly in white and purple. Like its name suggests, the eggplant has a shape of an egg, but in the size of the zucchini.

How do the British pronounce eggplant?

Similarly, an eggplant is called an aubergine in the UK.

What’s the other name for eggplant?

Eggplant, (Solanum melongena), also called aubergine or Guinea squash, tender perennial plant of the nightshade family (Solanaceae), grown for its edible fruits.

What do they call ice cream in England?

Ice cream in England, and the rest of the UK is called ice cream.

Why is a 99 called?

From the Cadbury website: An Ice Cream served in a cone with a Flake 99 is the UK’s favourite ice cream. In the days of the monarchy in Italy the King had an elite guard consisting of 99 soldiers. So, to appeal to Italians we called our superb Flake a “99”.

What do British call donuts?

There are two common spellings of the dessert; doughnut and donut. The former is considered the UK spelling and the latter the Americanised version. Often Americanisms drop the ‘u’, for example in colour versus color. Dictionary.com lists doughnut as the primary spelling, with donut as an alternative.

What do the British call aluminum foil?

In England we call it tin foil, in America they call it aluminium wrap.

What do they call tortilla chips in England?

Tortilla chips is the more common term in BrE, with 31,500 UK Google hits–but with 14,500 hits, tortilla crisps has a respectable presence. Cultural side note number 1: Americans are often surprised by the size of crisp/chip packets/bags in the UK.

Why do the British say Aluminium?

English chemist Sir Humphry Davy named the element alumium in 1808 and then changed it to aluminum in 1812. British editors changed it to aluminium to be more in keeping with other elements such as potassium and sodium, while the Americans retained the spelling as aluminum.

What is a garage called in England?

A residential garage (UK: /ˈɡærɑːʒ, -rɑːdʒ, -rɪdʒ/, US: /ɡəˈrɑːʒ, -rɑːdʒ/) is a walled, roofed structure for storing a vehicle or vehicles that may be part of or attached to a home (“attached garage”), or a separate outbuilding or shed (“detached garage”).

How do you pronounce GIF meme?

Since the creation of the animated loop now an essential part of meme culture, the GIF has been pronounced two ways: with a hard G (like gift) or a soft G like “jif” — yes, the peanut butter.

Is Xu a boy or girl name?

Xu as a boy’s name is of Chinese origin. Xu means “brilliant rising sun”.

Is Xu a first or last name?

Xu (Chinese: 徐; pinyin: Xú; Wade–Giles: Hsü2; Jyutping: Ceoi4) is a Chinese surname.