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Translation of "apple" - English-Spanish dictionary

apple

noun /ˈӕpl/
a round fruit (usually with a green or red skin) which can be eaten
manzana
a slice of apple.
the apple of someone’s eye noun a person or thing (that) is greatly loved
niña de los ojos (de alguien)
She is the apple of her father’s eye.
upset the apple cart to bring into disorder
echarlo todo a rodar
The team were doing very well until their best player upset the apple cart by getting sent off.
Translations of “apple”
in Arabic تُفّاح…
in Korean 사과…
in Malaysian epal…
in French pomme…
in Turkish elma…
in Italian mela…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蘋果…
in Russian яблоко…
in Polish jabłko…
in Vietnamese quả táo…
in Portuguese maçã…
in Thai แอปเปิ้ล…
in German der Apfel…
in Catalan poma…
in Japanese リンゴ…
in Indonesian buah apel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 苹果…
(Definition of apple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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