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Spanish translation of “fruit”

fruit

noun /fruːt/
the part of a plant that produces the seed, especially when eaten as food
fruta
The fruit of the vine is the grape.
a result; something gained as a result of hard work etc
fruto
the fruit of his hard work.
fruitful adjective producing (good) results
fructífero, provechoso
a fruitful meeting.
fruition /fruˈiʃən/ noun an actual result; the happening of something that was thought of, hoped for etc
realización
Her dreams came to fruition.
fruitless adjective useless; with no results
infructuoso
a fruitless attempt.
fruitlessly adverb
en vano, infructuosamente
He fruitlessly searched for his glasses.
fruity adjective (comparative fruitier, superlative fruitiest) of or like fruit
a fruta, afrutado
a fruity taste a fruity drink.
fruit is a collective noun taking a singular verb: Fruit is good for you ; The tree bears fruit (not fruits ).The plural fruits is used in talking about different types of fruit: oranges, mangoes and other fruits.
(Definition of fruit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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