Definition of 'blueberry'
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Example sentences containing 'blueberry'
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It also pairs well with blueberries or other fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Include fruits such as blueberries and raspberries. The Sun (2014)Sprinkle blueberries inside the muffin tins. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As well as producing delicious fruit, blueberry plants turn a delicious deep crimson in the autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you have room for dessert, the blueberry pancakes are not to be missed. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Raspberry and blueberry production was also up by as much as 25 per cent this year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)How did the greedy columnist find the blueberry muffin he'd been saving for the afternoon? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Go and get me a blueberry muffin; then come and find me. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I swapped sugary cereals for smoothies made from fruits such as blueberries and raspberries. The Sun (2013)A latte and a blueberry muffin can blow almost 700 calories in one trip. The Sun (2013)In short, he urges: hold the blueberry pie. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Quarter of a blueberry muffin: 140 calories. The Sun (2010)A decade ago if you wanted to make a blueberry muffin, you would have struggled to find the fresh fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can use frozen mixed berries for the sauce, but you will need 100g fresh blueberries for the pancakes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some days it's so bad I have to consume more than one blueberry muffin. The Sun (2008)She's the one who always had blueberry muffins for me when I visited. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'blueberry'
British English: blueberry /ˈbluːbərɪ; -brɪ/ NOUN
A blueberry is a small dark blue fruit that is found in North America.
- American English: blueberry
- Arabic: تُوْت أَزْرَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: mirtilo
- Chinese: 越橘
- Croatian: borovnica
- Czech: borůvka
- Danish: blåbær
- Dutch: bosbes
- European Spanish: arándano azul
- Finnish: mustikka
- French: myrtille
- German: Blaubeere
- Greek: μύρτιλλο
- Italian: mirtillo
- Japanese: ブルーベリー
- Korean: 블루베리
- Norwegian: blåbær
- Polish: borówka
- European Portuguese: mirtilo
- Romanian: afină
- Russian: голубика
- Spanish: arándano
- Swedish: blåbär
- Thai: ผลบลูเบอรี่
- Turkish: yaban mersini
- Ukrainian: чорниця
- Vietnamese: quả việt quất
Definition of blueberry from the Collins English Dictionary
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