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plumnoun [C]

us   /plʌm/
  • plum noun [C] (FRUIT)

a small, round fruit with a smooth, usually red-purple skin, sweet flesh, and a single large seed
  • plum noun [C] (SOMETHING GOOD)

something that is very good and worth having
plum
adjective [not gradable] us   /plʌm/
Senior staff members get all the plum assignments.
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Translations of “plum”
in Korean 자두…
in Arabic بَرْقوق (مِصْر), خَوْخ (سوريا, عِنجاص (العِراق)…
in Malaysian plum…
in French prune…
in Russian слива…
in Chinese (Traditional) 李子, 梅子…
in Italian susina, prugna…
in Turkish erik…
in Polish śliwka…
in Spanish ciruela…
in Vietnamese quả mận…
in Portuguese ameixa…
in Thai ลูกพลัม…
in German die Pflaume…
in Catalan pruna…
in Japanese プラム, セイヨウモモ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 李子, 梅子…
in Indonesian buah plum…
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