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lime

noun uk   us   /laɪm/

lime noun (FRUIT)

[C or U] a round fruit containing a lot of juice that is sour like a lemon but smaller and green, or the small tree on which this fruit grows

lime noun (TREE)

[C] (also lime tree, US usually linden) a large tree with leaves shaped like a heart and pale yellow flowers

lime noun (CHEMICAL)

[U] (also quicklime ) a white substance that is used especially to spread on the land to improve the quality of earth so that crops grow better [U] (also limescale, scale) white material that collects inside water pipes, kettles, etc. in areas where the water is hard (= contains a lot of natural chemicals)

lime

verb [T] uk   us   /laɪm/
to spread the substance lime on a piece of land
Traducciones de “lime”
en árabe لَيمون أخْضَر حامِض…
en coreano 라임…
in Malaysian kapur…
en francés chaux…
en turco misket limonu, ıhlamur, ıhlamur ağacı…
en italiano lime, limetta…
en chino (tradicionál) 水果, 酸橙(樹)…
en ruso лайм, липа, известь…
en polaco limonka, limona, lipa…
in Vietnamese vôi…
en español cal…
en portugués limão…
in Thai ปูนขาว…
en alemán der Kalk…
en catalán llima…
en japonés ライム…
in Indonesian kapur…
en chino (simplificado) 水果, 酸橙(树)…
(Definition of lime from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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