How to Pronounce swede?

Correct pronunciation for the word "swede" is [swˈiːd], [swˈiːd], [s_w_ˈiː_d].

"Swede" in context

Swede is a root vegetable originating from Sweden. It is common in many parts of Europe and North America, and is related to turnips and rutabagas. The difference between a swede and a turnip is that swedes taste sweeter and have a more yellow flesh. Swedes are popular in many dishes as they have a subtle sweetness and can be cooked much like a potato. Roasting, steaming, boiling, or mashing are all ways that swedes can be enjoyed.

Swedes are also known as yellow turnip, Swedish turnip, or neep in Scotland.

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