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pineapple

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˈpaɪnˌæp.l̩/
B1 (the yellow flesh and juice of) a large tropical fruit with a rough orange or brown skin and pointed leaves on top: tinned pineapples pineapple juice
Translations of “pineapple”
in Arabic أناناس…
in Korean 파인애플…
in Malaysian nenas…
in French ananas…
in Turkish ananas…
in Italian ananas…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳳梨…
in Russian ананас…
in Polish ananas…
in Vietnamese quả dứa…
in Spanish piña…
in Portuguese abacaxi…
in Thai สับปะรด…
in German die Ananas…
in Catalan pinya (americana/tropical)…
in Japanese パイナップル…
in Indonesian nenas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 菠萝,凤梨…
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