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gourd

noun [C] uk   /ɡʊəd/ /ɡɔːd/ us    /ɡɔːrd/
a large fruit that has a hard shell and cannot be eaten, or the shell of this fruit used as a container
Translations of “gourd”
in Spanish calabaza…
in French gourde…
in German der Flaschenkürbis…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葫蘆科植物,葫蘆, 葫蘆製的容器,瓢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葫芦科植物,葫芦, 葫芦制的容器,瓢…
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