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nut

noun [C]
 
 
/nʌt/
FOOD B2 the dry fruit of some trees which grows in a hard shell, and can often be eaten
orzech
a brazil/cashew nutFruits and seeds and their partsTypes of edible nut
METAL a piece of metal with a hole in it through which you put a bolt (= metal pin) to hold pieces of wood or metal together
nakrętka
ToolsGardening tools
KEEN informal a person who is keen on a particular subject or hobby
entuzjast-a/ka, maniak
She's a real sports nut.EnthusiastsAdmirers
(Definition of nut from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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