The noun spinach can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used contexts, the plural form is also spinach. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be spinach, e.g. pertaining to different types of spinach or a collection of spinach.
noun [ no plural ]
Spinach is definitely singular.
Kohl /ˈkæbɪʤ/ Substantiv. Plural Kohl.
Broccoli: Italian, plural of broccoli, sprouts, head, diminutive of broccoli, sprout.
The noun spinach can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used contexts, the plural form will also be spinach. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be spinach, e.g. pertaining to different types of spinach or a collection of spinach.
The plural form of asparagus is asparagus or asparagus. Having a good time. The word asparagus has two plural forms, depending on your point of view. Asparagus is a Latin word derived from the Greek word asparagos. In Latin, the plural form of asparagus is asparagi.
Salad is an uncountable noun. The most common classifiers are “lettuce heads” and “lettuce leaves”.
Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is a green-leaved flowering plant native to central and western Asia. It belongs to the order Caryophyllales, family Amaranthaceae, subfamily Chenopodioideae.
Broccoli, celery, lettuce, and spinach are uncountable nouns. But carrots, beans, cucumbers, peas and onions are countable. (These are just a few examples for each category.)
Noun. Sellerie | \ ˈse-lə-rē , ˈsel-rē \ Plural Sellerie.
Noun. zuc· chi· ni | \ zu̇-ˈkē-nē \ Plural Zucchini or Zucchini.
cauliflower /ˈkɑːlɪˌflawɚ/ noun. Plural cauliflower.
Cucumber. /ˈkjuːˌkʌmbɚ/ noun. Plural cucumbers. Britannica dictionary definition of CUCUMBER.
2 corn /ˈkoɚn/ noun. Plural Hühneraugen.
Salad /ˈlɛtəs/ noun. Plural lettuces.
Coconut /ˈkoʊkəˌnʌt/ noun. Plural Coconuts.
“Fruit” is a singular mass noun. “Vegetables” is a plural mass noun.
Senior member. I agree with Maxigee. Broccoli is an “exception” to the rule, as are lettuce, cauliflower, celery and other “bundled” vegetables. One would say “broccoli head”, “cauliflower head”, “lettuce head” and “celery stick”.
“Octopuses” gives the word an English suffix to match its adoption as an English word. When a noun comes into English, it is generally pluralized as an English word rather than in its original form. Octopuses may sound strange to some, but this is the preferred plural.