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mangonoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈmæŋ.ɡəʊ/  us   /-ɡoʊ/ (plural mangoes or mangos)
A2 an oval tropical fruit with a smooth skin, orange-yellow flesh, and a large, hard seed in the middle
Translations of “mango”
in Arabic مانجو…
in Korean 망고…
in Malaysian mangga, pokok mangga…
in French mangue, manguier…
in Turkish mango, tropik bir meyve…
in Italian mango…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芒果…
in Russian манго…
in Polish mango…
in Vietnamese quả xoài, cây xoài…
in Spanish mango…
in Portuguese manga…
in Thai มะม่วง, ต้นมะม่วง…
in German die Mangofrucht, der Mangobaum…
in Catalan mango…
in Japanese マンゴー…
in Indonesian mangga, pohon mangga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芒果…
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