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Translation of "pear" - English-Spanish dictionary

pear

noun   /peər/
A2 an oval-shaped, green or yellow fruit pera
(Definition of pear from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pear

noun /peə/
a type of fruit of the apple family, round at the bottom and narrowing towards the stem or top pera a slice of pear (also adjective) a pear tree.
pear-shaped adjective
en forma de pera She’s got a pear-shaped body.
(Definition of pear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pear”
in Korean 배…
in Arabic إجاص…
in Malaysian pokok pear…
in French (de) poire…
in Russian груша…
in Chinese (Traditional) 梨…
in Italian pera…
in Turkish armut…
in Polish gruszka…
in Vietnamese quả lê…
in Portuguese pera…
in Thai ลูกแพร์…
in German die Birne, Birnen-……
in Catalan pera…
in Japanese 梨(なし)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 梨…
in Indonesian buah pir…
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