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pear

noun [C or U] uk   /peər/ us    /per/
A2 a sweet fruit, usually with a green skin and a lot of juice, that has a round base and is slightly pointed towards the stem
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in Korean 배…
in Arabic إجاص…
in French (de) poire…
in Turkish armut…
in Italian pera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 梨…
in Russian груша…
in Polish gruszka…
in Spanish pera…
in Portuguese pera…
in German die Birne, Birnen-……
in Catalan pera…
in Japanese 梨(なし)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 梨…
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