Fruit
Fruit(n)
UK
fruːt
US
fruːt
Definition: The sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food.
Meaning: Quả, trái cây
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How to use "Fruit" in sentence (example)

We don't usually think about fruit being that expensive.

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Fruit is meant to be a good part of a balanced diet, so even if you do end up spending a few bucks more on your favorite fruit, at least it's for a worthy cause.

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Even something like pineapples, a tropical fruit which can only be grown in certain climates, are still easy to find almost anywhere.

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This was because they weren't grown in Europe, so when world explorers brought back this rare and exotic new fruit, supply was low and demand was high.

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The odd strategies used here are reflective of older techniques in order to grow this tropical fruit in a colder climate.

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Yogurt with added fruit jam was patented in 1933 by the Radlická Mlékárna dairy in Prague.

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Their agricultural products are rice, beans, coffee, fruit, and tomatoes.

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They are then folded over sweet fillings like chocolate and fruit, or savory cheeses and stir-fried vegetables.

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Giraffes eat leaves from tall trees and sometimes fruit, which they can reach because of their long legs and long necks.

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Different variations of this dessert have evolved over time by adding different flavors and toppings, these can range from such flavors as vanilla, spices, chocolate, pumpkin and numerous fruit flavors such as mango, lemon, fig and apricot.

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