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satsuma

noun [C] uk   us   /ˌsætˈsuː.mə/
a fruit like a small orange with skin that can be removed easily
Translations of “satsuma”
in Korean 귤…
in Arabic ساتسوما (نَوع مِن الفاكِهة)…
in Portuguese tangerina satsuma…
in Catalan mandarina satsuma…
in Japanese 温州みかん…
in Italian mandarancio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薩摩蜜柑,無核小蜜柑…
in Chinese (Simplified) 萨摩蜜橘,无核小蜜橘…
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