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sultana

noun [C]   /sʌlˈtɑːnə/ UK
a dried grape (= small round fruit) often used in cakesTypes of fruit
Translations of “sultana”
in Arabic زَبيب…
in Korean 건포도…
in Malaysian sultana…
in French raisin sec de Smyrne…
in Turkish (çekirdeksiz) kuru üzüm…
in Italian uva sultanina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白葡萄乾…
in Russian кишмиш…
in Polish rodzynek (sułtański), sułtanka…
in Vietnamese nho xuntan…
in Spanish pasa de Esmirna…
in Portuguese passa branca…
in Thai ลูกเกดชนิดมี่มเมล็ด…
in German die Sultanine…
in Catalan pansa sultana…
in Japanese サルタナ(レーズン)…
in Indonesian kismis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白葡萄干…
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