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Translation of "gooseberry" - English-Spanish dictionary

gooseberry

noun   /ˈɡʊz·bər·i/ ( plural gooseberries)
a small, sour, green fruit with a hairy skin grosella espinosa
(Definition of gooseberry from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gooseberry

noun /ˈɡuzbəri, (American) ˈɡuːs-/ ( plural gooseberries)
a round, whiskery, edible green berry. grosella espinosa
(Definition of gooseberry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “gooseberry”
in Korean 구스베리…
in Arabic عِنَب الثعلَب…
in Malaysian gooseberry…
in French groseille verte…
in Russian крыжовник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茶子,醋栗…
in Italian uva spina…
in Turkish bektaşi üzümü…
in Polish agrest…
in Vietnamese quả lí gai…
in Portuguese groselha…
in Thai ผลกูสเบอร์รี่…
in German die Stachelbeere…
in Catalan agrassó…
in Japanese グースベリー, セイヨウスグリの実…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茶子,醋栗…
in Indonesian arbei hijau…
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