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gourdnoun [C]

us   /ɡɔrd, ɡoʊrd, ɡʊərd/
a round or bottle-shaped fruit that has a hard shell and that cannot usually be eaten, or the shell of this fruit used as a container
(Definition of gourd from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “gourd”
in Spanish calabaza…
in Vietnamese quả bầu, quả bí…
in Malaysian labu…
in Thai น้ำเต้า…
in French gourde…
in German der Flaschenkürbis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葫芦科植物,葫芦, 葫芦制的容器,瓢…
in Indonesian labu…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葫蘆科植物,葫蘆, 葫蘆製的容器,瓢…
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