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nectarine

noun [C] uk   /ˈnek.tər.iːn/ us    /ˌnek.təˈriːn/
a type of sweet juicy fruit like a peach but with a smooth skin
Translations of “nectarine”
in Spanish nectarina…
in Korean 복숭아…
in Arabic نِكتارين (نوع من الفاكِهة)…
in Portuguese nectarina…
in Catalan nectarina…
in Japanese ネクタリン…
in Italian pescanoce…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油桃…
in Russian нектарин…
in Turkish nektarin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油桃…
in Polish nektarynka…
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