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mangel

noun man·gel \ˈmaŋ-gəl\

Definition of MANGEL

:  a large coarse yellow- to reddish-orange beet grown chiefly as food for cattle

Origin of MANGEL

short for mangel-wurzel
First Known Use: 1860

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