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plum

noun /plam/
a type of fruit, usually dark-red or purple, with a stone in the centre
ciruela
Are those plums ripe enough to eat? (also adjective) a plum tree.
plum cake noun ( plum pudding) (a) cake or pudding containing raisins, currants etc.
pudín/budín de pasas
Translations of “plum”
in Arabic بَرْقوق (مِصْر), خَوْخ (سوريا, عِنجاص (العِراق)…
in Korean 자두…
in Malaysian plum…
in French prune…
in Turkish erik…
in Italian susina, prugna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 李子, 梅子…
in Russian слива…
in Polish śliwka…
in Vietnamese quả mận…
in Portuguese ameixa…
in Thai ลูกพลัม…
in German die Pflaume…
in Catalan pruna…
in Japanese プラム, セイヨウモモ…
in Indonesian buah plum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 李子, 梅子…
(Definition of plum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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