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lemon

noun uk   us   /ˈlem.ən/

lemon noun (FRUIT)

A2 [C or U] an oval fruit that has a thick, yellow skin and sour juice: For this recipe you need the juice of two lemons. Would you like a slice of lemon in your tea? lemon juice [U] the juice of a lemon or a drink made from this juice
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lemon noun (COLOUR)

lemon noun (STUPID THING/PERSON)

[C] mainly US informal something that does not work: Only one of his inventions turned out to be a lemon. [C] UK informal a very silly person: I felt such a lemon when I discovered I'd missed my appointment.

lemon

adjective uk   us   /ˈlem.ən/
of a pale yellow colour
Traducciones de “lemon”
en árabe لَيْمون…
en coreano 레몬…
in Malaysian lemon, kuning limau…
en francés citron…
en turco limon…
en italiano limone…
en chino (tradicionál) 水果, 檸檬, 檸檬汁…
en ruso лимон…
en polaco cytryna…
in Vietnamese quả chanh, màu vàng chanh…
en español limón…
en portugués limão-siciliano…
in Thai มะนาว, เหลืองอ่อน…
en alemán die Zitrone, Zitronen-…, das Zitronengelb…
en catalán llimona…
en japonés レモン…
in Indonesian jeruk lemon, kuning…
en chino (simplificado) 水果, 柠檬, 柠檬汁…
(Definition of lemon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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