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[T]here would be no entry for French beans, because in English we call them haricots verts. The distinction (at least here in California) is that "green beans" is often used to refer to Blue Lake Beans, also called string beans; they are generally larger and more succulent (unless overgrown). Where haricots verts are the more expensive, tender skinny French green bush beans.
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