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[mass noun] An African cereal which is cultivated almost exclusively in Ethiopia, used mainly to make flour.
- ‘It takes only one application to the seed of monocotyledonous crops such as wheat, rice, maize, teff, and sorghum to increase overall basic food production in any country where it is needed,’ he explains.’
- ‘Corn, rice, wheat, quinoa, teff, and other grains provide steady energy and filling fiber.’
- ‘The chief staple crops include a variety of grains, such as teff, wheat, barley, corn, sorghum, and millet; coffee; pulses; and oilseed.’
- ‘In the mid-range altitudes the farmer can grow millet and teff, another variety of wheat.’
- ‘For tiny grains like teff and amaranth, use a very fine mesh strainer.’
Late 18th century: from Amharic ṭêf.
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