blackberry Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"blackberry" in British English

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blackberrynoun [C]

uk   /ˈblæk.bər.i/  us   /-ber-/
a ​smalldarkpurplefruit that ​growswild in ​Europe and is usually ​cooked before being ​eaten: blackberry and ​applepie

blackberryverb

uk   /ˈblæk.bər.i/  us   /-ber-/
go blackberrying to ​pickwild blackberries

BlackBerrynoun [C]

uk   /ˈblæk.bər.i/  us   /-ber-/ trademark
a ​smallcomputer with no ​wires that ​fits in ​yourhand, and that you can use for ​documents, ​email, and using the internet
BlackBerry
verb [T] uk   us  
to ​send an ​email or ​textmessage using a BlackBerry: He BlackBerried me to say he was going to be late.
(Definition of blackberry from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"BlackBerry™" in Business English

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BlackBerry™noun [C]

uk   us  
trademark COMMUNICATIONS a ​brand of ​mobilephone that can also be used for ​sending and receiving ​emails and ​documents, ​searching the ​internet, etc.: Give yourself a respite from your ​e-mail, your cellphone, and your BlackBerry.
(Definition of BlackBerry™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blackberry”
in Arabic العُلَّيق, التُوْت الشَّوْكِيّ…
in Korean 검은 딸기, 블랙 베리…
in Portuguese amora…
in Catalan móra…
in Japanese ブラックベリー, 黒イチゴ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黑莓(浆果)…
in Turkish böğürtlen…
in Russian ежевика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黑莓(漿果)…
in Italian mora…
in Polish jeżyna…
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