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tomato

noun   /təˈmɑː·təʊ/ ( plural tomatoes)
A1 a soft, round, red fruit eaten in salads or as a vegetable tomate
(Definition of tomato from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tomato

noun /təˈmaːtəu, ( American) -ˈmei-/ ( plural tomatoes)
a type of fleshy, juicy fruit, usually red, used in salads, sauces etc tomate We had a salad of lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers ( also adjective) tomato sauce.
the plant which bears these. tomatera
(Definition of tomato from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tomato”
in Korean 토마토…
in Arabic طَماطِم, بَنْدورة…
in Malaysian tomato, pokok tomato…
in French (à la) tomate, tomate…
in Russian помидор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 番茄,西紅柿…
in Italian pomodoro…
in Turkish domates…
in Polish pomidor…
in Vietnamese cà chua, cây cà chua…
in Portuguese tomate…
in Thai มะเขือเทศ, ต้นมะเขือเทศ…
in German die Tomate…
in Catalan tomàquet…
in Japanese トマト…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西红柿,西红柿…
in Indonesian tomat, tanaman tomat…
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