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grapefruit

noun   /ˈɡreɪp·fruːt/ ( plural grapefruit, grapefruits)
a large, round, yellow fruit with a sour taste pomelo
(Definition of grapefruit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grapefruit

noun /ˈɡreipfruːt/ ( plurals grapefruit, grapefruits)
(the flesh of) a large yellow-skinned citrus fruit that has a slightly bitter taste. pomelo
(Definition of grapefruit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “grapefruit”
in Korean 자몽…
in Arabic لَيمون هِندي (جريبفروت)…
in Malaysian limau gedang…
in French pamplemousse…
in Russian грейпфрут…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葡萄柚,西柚…
in Italian pompelmo…
in Turkish greyfurt…
in Polish grejfrut…
in Vietnamese nước nho…
in Portuguese toranja…
in Thai ผลไม้จำพวกส้ม…
in German die Pampelmuse…
in Catalan aranja…
in Japanese グレープフルーツ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葡萄柚,西柚…
in Indonesian sejenis jeruk…
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