melon Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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melonnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈmel.ən/
A2 a ​large, round ​fruit with hard ​yellow or ​greenskin, ​sweetflesh, and a lot of ​seeds
(Definition of melon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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melonnoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈmel·ən/
any of several ​types of ​large, round, ​sweetfruit with a ​thickskin and ​seeds: [U] I put ​orange, ​banana, and melon in the ​fruitsalad.
(Definition of melon from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “melon”
in Korean 멜론…
in Arabic شَمّام (نَوْع مِنْ الفاكِهة)…
in Malaysian tembikai susu…
in French melon, (de) melon…
in Russian дыня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瓜, 甜瓜…
in Italian melone…
in Turkish kavun…
in Polish melon, arbuz…
in Spanish melón…
in Vietnamese quả dưa…
in Portuguese melão…
in Thai เมลอน (ผลไม้ประเภทเดียวกับแตงโม), เนื้อเมลอน…
in German die Melone, melonen-……
in Catalan meló…
in Japanese メロン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 瓜, 甜瓜…
in Indonesian semangka…
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