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Translation of "fruit" - English-Spanish dictionary

fruit

noun   /fruːt/
A1 things such as apples or oranges that grow on a tree or a bush, contain seeds, and can be eaten as food fruta You can buy fresh fruit in the market. I love summer fruits like berries and peaches.
bear fruit
If something that someone does bears fruit, it produces successful results. dar fruto Our decision is just beginning to bear fruit.
(Definition of fruit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “fruit”
in Korean 과일…
in Arabic فاكِهة…
in Malaysian buah, hasil…
in French fruit…
in Russian фрукт…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物的部分, 水果, 果實…
in Italian frutto, frutta…
in Turkish meyve…
in Polish owoc, owoce…
in Vietnamese quả, thành quả…
in Portuguese fruta…
in Thai ผลไม้, ผล…
in German die Frucht, der Ertrag…
in Catalan fruita…
in Japanese フルーツ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物的部分, 水果, 果实…
in Indonesian buah, hasil…
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