Recent Examples of soybean from the Web
Vehicles with 42,000 metric tons of soybeans are expected to unload in the next 24 hours.
Mexicans last year purchased almost $19 billion of American corn, dairy and soybean products.
The trade finance transaction involved a shipment of soybeans from Argentina to Malaysia.
Last month, China purchased 387,000 metric tons of U.S. soybeans for the market year that begins Sept. 1.
And Indiana’s farmers are getting caught in the crossfire as China retaliates by shunning U.S. soybeans.
For example, there’s Innisfree’s fermented soybean collection and Farmacy’s Honey Drop moisturizer.
The potential damages to U.S. exporters of soybeans, cars, chemicals, planes and other products targeted by China’s proposed retaliatory tariffs have been well documented.
The couple's 1,325-acre DeLoach Farms has been in the family since 1820 and includes 375 acres of cotton, 250 acres of soybeans, 200 acres of wheat and 150 acres of hay.
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Definition of soybean for English Language Learners
: the bean of an Asian plant that contains a large amount of protein and that is used as a food
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