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n.large cooking pot with handlesMɩ dadɩsɛɩn bʋ odwin dʋn fʋ klɛ, tamɛ fʋklɛ bʋ akɩlɛ dʋn mɩ klɛ.My aluminium pot is heavier than yours, but yours is looks nicer than mine.Mbʋ adadɩsɛɩn tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ mɩ woyitɔ, mʋ́tɔ ntɛnɩna atɔ nɩ.I have many large aluminium cooking pots in my house, in which I cook.5.2.1.3Cooking utensil6.7.7Container

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dwɩɩdʷɪːʔ v.1to drain somethingWɔ abɛ amʋ afʋdwɩɩ mʋ́ ɔsasʋ, alɛ oputsu. Pound the palm nuts so you can strain them quickly in order for us to make soup.Bʋtɔpʋ okpebetsu dwɩɩ abɛ. They use a strainer to strain palm nuts.cfsanusieve5.2.1.3Cooking utensil2to dripBokiti amʋ latii, sʋ ntsu amʋ dɛdwɩɩ. Sʋ nɩ fʋmɔwa ɔsa tin mʋ́ a, ɩbodudu ta. The bucket is torn so the water is dripping. So if you don't hurry and block it, it will all leak out.cfduduleak5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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obunobũʔ(L) pl.mbunn.1ovenBʋdɛ bodobodo amʋ tɔ obuntɔ. They are baking bread in an oven.The shape of a tradtional chicken coop and an oven are similar.5.5.7Fireplace5.2.1.3Cooking utensil2chicken coopAbatɛ obuntɔ loklun. The inside of a hen coop is dark.6.3.6.1Chicken6.5.1Building
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okpebetsuok͡pebet͡suʔ pl.nkpebetsun.strainerBʋtɔpʋ okpebetsu dwɩɩ abɛ. They use a strainer to strain (drip) palm nuts.5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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ɔbʋatɔɔbʊátɔʔ n.frying pan- a thing used in fryingBʋa atɔ amʋ ɔbʋatɔ amʋtɔ. Fry the things in the frying pan.5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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ɔdayiɔdayí pl.ndayin.knifeAnɩtɔpʋ ɔdayi sire atɔ. We use knives for peeling/carving things.Ɔlɔwɔ mʋ ɔdayi.He stabbed him with a knife.4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot5.2.1.3Cooking utensil6.7.1Cutting tool
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ɔlankaɔlaŋka(H) pl.nlankan.a cooking potƆlankatɔ ntɛlɛ oputsu ndɔtɔ. Ɩsɩ bʋtɔpʋ pwɛ mʋ́. I make soup on the farm in an ɔlanka, They make it out of clay.cfɔlɔ́pot5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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ɔtsabi1ɔt͡sabí(H) pl.ntsabi1n.shelf over hearthƆtsɩ amʋ a, mʋ ɔtsabi ibi tuun. The woman, her cooking shelf should be blackened completely.5.2.1.3Cooking utensil5.1.1.4Cabinet
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ɔtʋɔtʊ(H) pl.ntʋn.ladleMatsu datɔ ɔtʋ amʋ, mboun tsu oyi klɛ amʋ. Don't take the metal ladle, instead bring the wooden one.5.2.1.3Cooking utensilder.otubispoon
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sanusanú From:Ewesanun.sieveTsu sanu afʋkpʋkpʋ nfuo amʋtɔ asa fʋwuli mʋ́, tsufɛsɛ bʋmɔkwɛ mʋ́ pɩn. Take a sieve so that you cam sieve the flour before you stir it into porridge because they didn't grind it smooth.cfdwɩɩ 1drainkpʋkpʋ2shake5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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sɩlvasɪ́lvaFrom:Engsilvern.aluminium pan or cooking potAkosua latsu mʋ sɩlva amʋ ɔdɛ atɔ nɩna mʋ́tɔ.Akosusa has taken her aluminium pot and she is cooking in it.1.2.2.3Metal5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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tɔnsɩ kwɛbwitɔnsɪ́ kʷɛ́bʷícomp. oftɔnsɩkwɛ2ibwi 1n.grind stoneMama tɔnsɩ kwɛbwi amʋ la kpɔɩ dʋbɩ.Mama's grinding stone is too dirty.5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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