- A plant of the family Piperaceae.
- (uncountable) A spice prepared from the fermented, dried, unripe berries of this plant.
- (UK, US, Ireland and Canada) A bell pepper, a fruit of the capsicum plant: red, green, yellow or white, hollow and containing seeds, and in very spicy and mild varieties.attention en
- (baseball) A game used by baseball players to warm up where fielders standing close to a batter rapidly return the batted ball to be hit again
- Some ballparks have signs saying "No pepper games".
- (cryptography) A randomly-generated value that is added to another value (such as a password) prior to hashing. Unlike a salt, a new one is generated for each value and it is held separately from the value.
- (fruit of the capsicum)
- French: poivrier
- German: Pfeffer, Pfefferstrauch
- Portuguese: pimenta, pimenteiro
- Russian: пе́рец
- Spanish: pimentero
- French: (spicy) piment, (mild) poivron
- German: spicy Chili#German|Chili, mild Paprika#German|Paprika, Paprikaschote
- Italian: (spicy) peperoncino, (mild) peperone
- Portuguese: pimento, pimentão
- Russian: пе́рец
- Spanish: pimiento, chile (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, México)
pepper (peppers, present participle peppering; past and past participle peppered)
- (transitive) To add pepper to.
- (transitive) To strike with something made up of small particles.
- (transitive) To cover with lots of (something made up of small things).
- After the hailstorm, the beach was peppered with holes.
- (transitive) To add (something) at frequent intervals.
- He liked to pepper his conversation with long words.
- bell pepper
- black pepper
- chili pepper
- green pepper
- pepper and salt
- pepper mill, peppermill
- pepper shaker
- red pepper
- Scotch bonnet pepper
- sweet pepper
- white pepper
- yellow pepper
- French: poivrer, assaisonner de poivre
- German: pfeffern
- Italian: pepare, condire con pepe
- Portuguese: apimentar
- Russian: перчи́ть
- Portuguese: salpicar
- Surname for a seller of pepper.