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tangerine

noun uk   /ˌtæn.dʒəˈriːn/  us   /ˈtæn.dʒə.riːn/

tangerine noun (FRUIT)

[C] a fruit like a small orange with a loose skin

tangerine noun (COLOUR)

tangerine

adjective uk   /ˌtæn.dʒəˈriːn/  us   /ˈtæn.dʒə.riːn/
of a dark orange colour
Translations of “tangerine”
in Arabic يوسْفي…
in Korean 탄제린, 작은 오렌지…
in Malaysian limau tangerin…
in French mandarine…
in Turkish mandalina…
in Italian mandarino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柑橘…
in Russian мандарин…
in Polish mandarynka…
in Vietnamese quả quýt…
in Spanish mandarina, clementina…
in Portuguese tangerina…
in Thai ส้มจีน…
in German die Mandarine…
in Catalan mandarina…
in Japanese タンジェリンオレンジ(北アフリカ産のミカン)…
in Indonesian jeruk keprok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 柑橘…
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