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blueberry

noun [C] uk   /ˈbluːˌbər.i/ /-ˌber-/ us  
the dark blue fruit of a bush that is grown in North America, similar to a bilberry
Translations of “blueberry”
in Korean 블루베리…
in Arabic عِنب الأحراج…
in Portuguese mirtilo, vacínio…
in Catalan nabiu…
in Japanese ブルーベリー…
in Italian mirtillo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 南方越橘漿果,藍莓(産於北美)…
in Russian черника…
in Turkish böğürtlen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南方越橘浆果,蓝莓(产于北美)…
in Polish (czarna) jagoda, borówka amerykańska…
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