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Definición de “plum” en inglés

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plumnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /plʌm/
a small, round fruit with a thin, smooth, red, purple, or yellow skin, sweet, soft flesh, and a single large, hard seed: plum jam a plum tree
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plumadjective

uk   us   /plʌm/

plum adjective (GOOD)

[before noun] (plummer, plummest) very good and worth having: How did you manage to get such a plum job?

plum adjective (COLOUR)

(also plum-coloured) having a dark reddish-purple colour: a plum-coloured dress
Traducciones de “plum”
en árabe بَرْقوق (مِصْر), خَوْخ (سوريا, عِنجاص (العِراق)…
en coreano 자두…
in Malaysian plum…
en francés prune…
en turco erik…
en italiano susina, prugna…
en chino (tradicionál) 李子, 梅子…
en ruso слива…
en polaco śliwka…
in Vietnamese quả mận…
en español ciruela…
en portugués ameixa…
in Thai ลูกพลัม…
en alemán die Pflaume…
en catalán pruna…
en japonés プラム, セイヨウモモ…
in Indonesian buah plum…
en chino (simplificado) 李子, 梅子…
(Definition of plum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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