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Translation of "grape" - English-Spanish dictionary

grape

noun /ɡreip/
a green or black smooth-skinned eatable berry from which wine is made
uva
seedless grapes.
grapevine noun an informal means of passing news from person to person
rumor
I hear through the grapevine that he is being promoted.
a vine.
vid, parra
sour grapes noun plural saying or pretending that something is not worth having because one cannot obtain it
están verdes, pura envidia
His comments were just sour grapes at losing the game.
Translations of “grape”
in Arabic عِنَب…
in Korean 포도…
in Malaysian anggur…
in French raisin…
in Turkish üzüm…
in Italian chicco d’uva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葡萄…
in Russian виноград…
in Polish winogrono…
in Vietnamese quả nho…
in Portuguese uva…
in Thai องุ่น…
in German die Weintraube…
in Catalan raïm…
in Japanese ブドウ…
in Indonesian anggur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葡萄…
(Definition of grape from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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