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Meaning of “lychee” in the English Dictionary

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lycheenoun [C]

(also litchi) uk   /ˈlaɪ.tʃiː/  us   /ˈliː.tʃiː/
a ​fruit with a ​rough, ​brownshell and ​sweet, ​whiteflesh around a ​large, ​shiny, ​brownseed, or the evergreentree (= one that never ​losesitsleaves) on which this ​fruitgrows
(Definition of lychee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lychee”
in Korean 여주, 리치…
in Arabic الليتشي (فاكهة صينِيّة)…
in Malaysian laici…
in French litchi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 荔枝,荔枝樹…
in Italian litchi…
in Spanish lychee, lichi…
in Vietnamese quả vải…
in Portuguese lichia…
in Thai ลิ้นจี่…
in German die Lychee…
in Catalan litxi…
in Japanese レイシ、ライチー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 荔枝,荔枝树…
in Indonesian leci…
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