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olive

noun
 
 
/ˈɒlɪv/
FRUIT [C] B1 a small green or black fruit with a bitter taste that is eaten or used to produce oil
oliwka
Types of fruit
COLOUR [U] ( also olive green) a colour that is a mixture of green and yellow
(kolor) oliwkowy
Less common coloursCommon colours
olive ( also olive-green) adjective
oliwkowy
Translations of “olive”
in Korean 올리브…
in Arabic زَيْتون…
in French (d’)olive, olivier, (vert) olive…
in Italian oliva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 橄欖, 橄欖樹…
in Russian олива, маслина, оливковый цвет…
in Turkish zeytin, zeytin yeşili…
in Spanish aceituna, oliva, olivo…
in Portuguese azeitona…
in German die Olive, Oliven…, der Olivenbaum…
in Catalan oliva…
in Japanese オリーブ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橄榄, 橄榄树…
(Definition of olive from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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