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strawberrynoun [C]

uk   /ˈstrɔː.bər.i/ us   /ˈstrɑːˌber.i/
B1 a small juicy red fruit that has small brown seeds on its surface, or the plant with white flowers on which this fruit grows: fresh strawberries I thought we'd have strawberries and cream for dessert. strawberry jam/ice cream/tart

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strawberrynoun [C]

us   /ˈstrɔˌber·i, -bə·ri/
a small, juicy, red fruit shaped like a cone with seeds on its surface, or the plant on which this fruit grows
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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 Spanish fresa, fresón…
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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