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currant

noun [C]  /ˈkɜr·ənt, ˈkʌr·ənt/ us  
a sour berry (= small, round fruit) that grows on bushes, or the plant on which it grows: red currant jelly A currant is also a small raisin (= dried fruit) used esp. in baking.
Translations of “currant”
in Korean 건포도…
in Arabic زَبيب…
in French raisin sec, groseille, cassis…
in Turkish kuş üzümü…
in Italian uva di Corinto, uvetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 果乾, (尤用於做蛋糕的)小葡萄乾…
in Russian смородина…
in Polish rodzynek…
in Spanish pasa, grosella…
in Portuguese passa…
in German die Korinthe, die …-beere…
in Catalan pansa de Corint…
in Japanese 種なし干ブドウ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 果干, (尤用于做蛋糕的)小葡萄干…
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