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Translation of "strawberry" - English-Spanish dictionary

strawberry

noun   /ˈstrɔː·bər·i/ ( plural strawberries)
B1 a small, red fruit with small, brown seeds on its surface fresa, fresón
(Definition of strawberry from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

strawberry

noun /ˈstroːbəri/ ( plural strawberries)
a type of small juicy red fruit. fresa The farm lets you pick your own strawberries (also adjctive) a strawberry yoghurt.
(Definition of strawberry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “strawberry”
in Korean 딸기…
in Arabic فَراولة…
in Malaysian strawberi…
in French fraise…
in Russian клубника…
in Chinese (Traditional) 草莓…
in Italian fragola…
in Turkish çilek…
in Polish truskawka…
in Vietnamese quả, cây dâu tây…
in Portuguese morango…
in Thai ผลสตรอเบอรี่…
in German die Erdbeere…
in Catalan maduixa, maduixot…
in Japanese イチゴ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 草莓…
in Indonesian buah arbei…
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