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cherry

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈtʃer.i/
B2 a small, round, soft red or black fruit with a single hard seed in the middle, or the tree on which the fruit grows
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adjective uk   us   /ˈtʃer.i/ (also cherry-red)
bright red: cherry-red lips
Translations of “cherry”
in Arabic كَرَز…
in Korean 체리, 버찌…
in Malaysian buah ceri…
in French cerise…
in Turkish kiraz…
in Italian ciliegia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 櫻桃, 櫻桃樹…
in Russian вишня…
in Polish wiśnia…
in Vietnamese quả anh đào…
in Spanish cereza…
in Portuguese cereja…
in Thai เชอร์รี่…
in German die Kirsche…
in Catalan cirera…
in Japanese サクランボ、チェリー…
in Indonesian ceri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 樱桃, 樱桃树…
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