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Definición de “plum” en inglés

plum

noun [C or U] uk   /plʌm/ us  
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

plum

adjective uk   /plʌm/ us  

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
(Definition of plum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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