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Greens Name with English Necessary Vocabulary Note & Picture

greens, leaf vegetables, leafy greens, vegetable greens

Greens / griːndʒ / (গ্রীন্‌জ্‌) n [greens, also called leaf vegetables, vegetable greens, leafy greens, are plant leaves eaten as a vegetable, sometimes accompanied by tender shoots. They most often come from short-lived herb plants such as lettuce and spinach. If greens are cooked for food, they may be referred to as boiled greens and raw greens as a salad. Greens are low in calories and fat, and high in protein] (শাক): Eat up your greens.

Necessary Vocabulary Note

Ø Accompany / əˈkʌmpəni / (ˈকামপনি) v {Pt. Pp. accompanied} [to happen or appear with Sth else] (সঙ্গী হওয়া): The salmon fish was accompanied a fresh greens salad.

Ø Tender / ˈtendər / (ˈটেন্‌ডর্‌) adj [(of meat or vegetables) easy to cut or chew] (কচি; সুক্ষ্ণ): This bird meat is extremely tender.

shoot, plant shoot
Ø Shoot / ʃuːt / (শূট্‌) n [the part that grows up from the ground when a plant starts to grow; a new part that grows on plants or trees] (অঙ্কুর; প্ররোহ): Two weeks after we’d planted the seeds, little green shoots started to appear.

Ø Short-lived / ʃɔːrt-ˈlɪvd / (শোর্ট-ˈলিভড্‌) adj [lasting only for a short time] (স্বল্পস্থায়ী; ক্ষণস্থায়ী): His success was great but short-lived.

Ø Herb / hɜːrb / (হা্‌র্ব্‌) n [a type of plant whose leaves, flowers or seeds are used in cooking to give flavour to particular dishes, or which are used in making medicine for diseases] (ভেষজ; ঔষুধি): A large range of herbs and spices are used in South Asian cooking.

Ø <PHR-V> Eat up [to eat all the food that you have been given] (সম্পূর্ণ খেয়ে ফেলা): Be a good boy eat up your vegetables.

Spinach, spinach greens
Spinach / ˈspɪnɪtʃ / (ˈস্পিনিচ্‌) n [it is a flowering and annual plant with large dark green leaves, its leaves are very variable in size, and eaten as greens] (পালং শাক): The spinach is sold fresh in bunches at the farmer’s market can have a lot of dirt on the root ball that needs to be rinsed out before cooked. 

Ø Annual / ˈænjuəl / (ˈএ্যানউল্‌) n [any plant that grows, produces seeds, and dies within one year or season] (এক বছর বেঁচে থাকে এমন উদ্ভিদ; বর্ষজীবী উদ্ভিদ):

Ø Variable / ˈveriəbl / (ˈভেরিব্‌ল্‌) adj [often changing; likely to change] (পরিবর্তনশীল): British weather is perhaps at its most variable in the spring.

malabar spinach, malabar spinach greens
Malabar spinach
Malabar spinach / mæləbʌr ˈspɪnɪtʃ / (্যালবার্‌ ˈস্পিনিচ্‌) n [malabar spinach is an edible perennial, fast growing and soft-stemmed vine plant, reaching about 12 meters in length and grows on a trellis is widely used as a leaf vegetable] (পুঁইশাক)Malabar spinach is high in vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium, its juice is a particularly rich source of soluble fiber.
     <SYN> Ceylon spinach

Perennial / pəˈreniəl / (ˈরেনি) adj [<of plants> living for two years or more] (<গাছ সম্বন্ধে>দুই বছরের বেশি জীবৎকাল; বর্ষজীবী):

Ø Stem / stem / (স্টেম্‌) n [the main long thin part of a plant above the ground from which the leaves or flowers grow] (<বোঁটা, পাতা, ফুল বা ফলের যে অংশ কাণ্ডের সঙ্গে যুক্ত থাকে> ডাঁটা): There are several leaves on each stem.

vine, plant vine
Ø Vine / vaɪn / (ভেন্‌) n [any type of plant which climbs or grows along the ground and which has woody twisting stems] (লতা বা লতাজাতীয় উদ্ভিদ): Ivy is a type of vine.

Ø Trellis / ˈtrelɪs / (ˈট্রেলিছ্‌) n [a light frame made of bars of wood or metal crossed over each other, fixed to a wall for plants to grow up] (মাচা; জাঙ্গলী):

Ø Soluble / ˈsɑːljəbl / (ˈছাঃলউব্‌ল্‌) adj [able to be dissolved is a liquid] (সহজে দ্রবণীয়): Glucose is soluble in water.

water spinach, water spinach greens
Water spinach
Water spinach / ˈwɔːtər ˈspɪnɪtʃ / (ˈ ˈস্পিনিচ্‌) n [it grows in water or in moist soil, has thin, hollow stems with long, flat, arrowhead-shaped leaves. Leafs range in size from one to six inches in length and up to three inches in diameter, its leaves and stem are taken as a green leaf for its tender shoots and leaves] (কলমি শাক):

Ø Hollow / ˈhɑːloʊ / (ˈহাঃলৌ) adj [having a hole or empty space inside] (ফাঁপা): The tree trunk was hollow inside.

red amaranth
Red Amaranth
Red amaranth / red æməranθ / (রেড এ্যামরান্‌থ্‌) n [it is leafy greens with leafy round leaves and red in color, is eaten as a leafy vegetable] (লালশাক): Take 2 bunches Red amaranth and select  fresh and good its tender stalks and leaves, wash and drain then chop finely.

Ø Drain / dreɪn / (ড্রেন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. drained / dreɪnd / (ড্রেন্ড্‌)} [to make Sth empty or dry by removing all the liquid from it] (পানি ঝঁড়ানো; শুষ্ক করা): Drain (off) any liquid that is left in the rice.

Ø Chop / tʃɑːp / (চাঃপ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. chopped / tʃɑːpt / (চাঃপ্ট্‌)} [to cut something into pieces with a sharp tool such as knife] (কুচিয়ে কাটা; টুকরা টুকরা করে কাটা): Chop the onions and carrots roughly.

Ø Finely / ˈfaɪnli / (ˈফান্‌লি) adv [into very thin or small pieces] (খুব ছোট, পাতলা ও কুচি কুচি করে): Make sure the spices are finely ground. Finely chopped herbs  

stem amaranth
Stem Amaranth
Stem amaranth / stem æməranθ / (স্টেম এ্যামরান্‌থ্‌ ) n [Stem amaranth is an annual plant of a mainly tropical family, that at maturity can long, 4 meters, stem color is slightly red, it is very tender, soft and thick, its leaves and stems are used as a delicious stir-fry vegetable] ( ডাটা শাক): The leaves and stems of Amaranth are believed to help enrich eyesight(দৃষ্টিশক্তি).
      <SYN> Amaranth stems

Ø Stir- fry / stɜːr-fraɪ / (স্টার-ফ্রা) v [to fry small pieces of meat, vegetables, etc. quickly by stirring them in very hot oil for mixing them around] (=?): Stir fry the meat for one minute, then add the vegetables. Stir-fried vegetables (=সব্‌জি চরচড়ি).

mustard greens
Mustard Greens
Mustard Greens / ˈmʌstərd griːnz / (ˈমাস্টর্ড গ্রীন্‌জ) n [the dark green leaves of a type of mustard(সরিষা) plant, that are cooked as the leafy greens] (সরিষা শাক):

Lettuce / ˈletɪs / (ˈলেটিছ্‌) n [lettuce is an annual plant of the daisy family with greens leaves that are eaten raw in salad] (লেটুস): Lettuce extracts are sometimes used in skin creams and lotion for treating sunburn(রোদেপোড়া) and rough skin.

Ø Daisy / ˈdeɪzi / (ˈডেজি) n [a small wild flower with white petals (পাপড়ি) around a yellow center; which often grows in grass] (একধরণের ফুল বিশেষ):

Ø Rough / rʌf / (রাফ) adj [having a surface that is not even or bad condition] (এবড়ো-থেবড়ো; অমসৃণ; খস খসে): The skin on her cheek (গণ্ড; গাল) was hard and rough.
      <ANT> Smooth

indian pennywort
Indian Pennywort
Indian Pennywort / ˈɪndiən ˈpeniwɜːrt / (ˈইন্‌ডিন্‌ ˈপেনিওয়ার্থ) n [it grows in tropical marsh areas, is eaten as a leafy green] (থান্‌কুনি):

Ø Marsh / mɑːrʃ / (মা্‌র্শ) n [an area of low land that is always soft and wet because there is nowhere for the water to flow away to] (জলাভূমি; জলা): After so much rain, the field had become a marsh.

coriander, coriander leaves
Coriander / ˌkɔːriˈændər / (ˌকোরিˈএ্যানডর্‌) n [a plant whose leaves are used in cooking as a herb to give a special flavour and whose seeds are used in cooking as a spice] (ধনিয়া বা ধনে):

long coriander, long coriander leaves
Long coriander
Long coriander / lɔːŋ ˌkɔːriˈændər / (লোঙ্‌ ˌকোরিˈএ্যানডর্‌) n [] (বিলাতী ধনিয়া বা বন ধনিয়া):

mint, mint leaves
Mint / mɪnt / (মিন্ট্‌) n [a plant with dark green leaves that have a fresh smell and taste and are added to food and drinks to five flavour, and used in cooking as a herb and to decorate food] (পুদিনা): I decorated the fruit salad with a sprig of mint.

sprig, plant sprig

Ø Sprig / sprɪg / (স্প্রিগ্‌) n [a single small plant stem with leaves on it used in cooking or as a decoration] (<রান্নায় বা খাবারে ব্যবহার> পাতা সহ গাছের ছোট ডাল): Garnish<সাজানো> the dish with sprigs of parsley. 

basil, basil leaves
Basil / ˈbæzl / (ব্যাজ্‌ল্‌) n [a plant with shiny green leaves that smell sweet and are used in cooking as a herb] (তুলসি):

Parsley / ˈpɑːrsli / (পাঃর্ছলি) n [a plant curly with green leaves that are used in cooking as a herb and to decorate food] (রাধুনি পাতা): The eggs are sprinkled with coarsely chopped parsley.

Ø Sprinkle / ˈsprɪŋkl / (ˈস্প্রিঙক্‌ল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. sprinkled / ˈsprɪŋkld / (ˈস্প্রিঙক্‌ল্ড্‌)} [to shake small pieces of Sth or drops of a liquid on Sth] (<কোনো কিছুর উপর কোনো কিছু> ছিটিয়ে বা ছোড়িয়ে দেওয়া): Sprinkle a few herbs on the pizza.

Ø Coarse / kɔːrs / (কোর্ছ্‌) adj [rough and not smooth or soft, or not in very small pieces] (মোটা; অসুক্ষ্ম): coarse clothes  
       <ADV> Coarsely / kɔːrsli / (কোর্ছলি) adv [মোটামোটা করে] (): coarsely chopped onions (=cut into large pieces)

celery, celery leaves
Celery / ˈseləri / (ˈছেলরি) n [it is a marshland plant has been cultivated as a vegetable, with a long crisp light green stalk that is often eaten row] (পাথুনি শাক):

stalk, fruit stalk

Ø Stalk / stɔːk / (স্টোক্‌) n [a thin stem that supports a leaf, flower or fruit and joins it to another part of the plant or tree; the main stem of a plant] (বৃন্ত; ফলবৃন্ত; বোঁটা): celery stalks

Ø Crisp / krɪsp / (ক্রিস্প্‌) adj [(of fruit and vegetables) firm and fresh] (মচমচে; কচকচিয়া; কুড়কুড়ে): crisp apple/lettuce

skunkvine, skunkvine greens
Skunkvine / skʌŋkvaɪn / ( স্কাঙকভান্‌) n [] (গন্ধভাদালি লতা):

goosefoots, goosefoots greens
Goosefoots / guːs fʊt / (গূছ্‌ ফুট) n (বতুয়া শাক):

jute leaf
Jute leaf
Jute leaf / dʒuːt liːf / (জূ্‌ট লীফ) n (পাট শাক): Dish of only rice and Jute leaf (= শুধু পাট শাক আর ভাত)

How to Clean & Store Green Vegetables 

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