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Translation of "lemon" - English-Spanish dictionary

lemon

noun   /ˈlem·ən/
A2 an oval, yellow fruit that has sour juice limón lemon juice
(Definition of lemon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lemon

noun /ˈlemən/
a type of oval, juicy, citrus fruit with pale yellow skin and very sour juice limón She added the juice of a lemon to the pudding (also adjective) a lemon drink.
the colour/color of this fruit limón (also adjective) a pale lemon dress.
lemonade /-ˈneid/ noun
a (fizzy) drink flavoured/flavored with lemons limonada, gaseosa a bottle/glass of lemonade.
lemon grass noun
a tough grass with a strong scent, used to flavour/flavor food ralladura de limón Chop the lemon grass finely.
(Definition of lemon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lemon”
in Korean 레몬…
in Arabic لَيْمون…
in Malaysian lemon, kuning limau…
in French citron…
in Russian лимон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傻人或事, 傻瓜, 有毛病的東西…
in Italian limone…
in Turkish limon…
in Polish cytryna…
in Vietnamese quả chanh, màu vàng chanh…
in Portuguese limão-siciliano…
in Thai มะนาว, เหลืองอ่อน…
in German die Zitrone, Zitronen-…, das Zitronengelb…
in Catalan llimona…
in Japanese レモン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傻人或事, 傻瓜, 有毛病的东西…
in Indonesian jeruk lemon, kuning…
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