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raspberry

noun uk   /ˈrɑːz.bər.i/ us    /ˈræz.ber-/

raspberry noun (FRUIT)

[C or U] a small soft red fruit, or the bush on which it grows: raspberries and ice cream raspberry jam

raspberry noun (SOUND)

[C] informal a rude sound made by sticking the tongue out and blowing: The boy turned and blew a raspberry at the teacher before running off.
Translations of “raspberry”
in Korean 랩스베리, 산딸기…
in Arabic توت…
in French framboise…
in Turkish ahududu, ağaç çileği…
in Italian lampone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水果, 覆盆子, 山莓…
in Russian малина…
in Polish malina…
in Spanish frambuesa…
in Portuguese framboesa…
in German die Himbeere…
in Catalan gerd…
in Japanese ラズベリー, キイチゴ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水果, 覆盆子, 山莓…
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