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These fruits are edible and taste sweet and creamy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are easy to apply and can be used indoors, outside and on edible plants. The Sun (2016)With the exception of salad leaves and herbs, few edible plants give you as good a return on your investment as blueberries. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Those gardeners who want a real taste of the tropics could try growing plants with edible fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Palm oil is an edible oil from the fruit of a palm tree called the oil palm. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The fruits are still edible but need to be picked before they go mouldy. The Sun (2011)You just sat down and within seconds something edible was coming past on wheels. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We did not find anything that was not perfectly edible. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The tiny yellow flowers are also edible. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But growing edible fruit and veg of decent quality is about much more than just problem control. The Sun (2012)They might not look pretty but they are perfectly edible and tasty too. The Sun (2014)Both the leaves and flowers are edible and offer a mild onion flavour. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was all still packed and perfectly edible. The Sun (2013)The strong colour and scent that comes from edible flowers can really add a wow factor to a dish. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are at least 75,000 edible plants growing on the surface of the globe. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)Find something edible, boil it in liquid and serve. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There's something cheerful about the sight of edible plants in a flower garden. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you plant trees, make sure they grow edible fruit. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)Although the lumps look unsightly, the sprout buttons are still perfectly edible. The Sun (2015)A more unusual food is an edible seaweed. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)I always like to give something edible as a present. Times, Sunday Times (2015)ONE factor of this whole scandal is that a lot of perfectly edible food is going to be destroyed. The Sun (2013)When it came to actual, edible food, the abilities of a cook were critical. Into Africa - a social history of the East African Safari (1989)No. Is the food edible? Times, Sunday Times (2006)White flowers on previous season's stems, followed by edible yellow fruits. Winter Garden Glory (1993)Anyway, this week's recipes are something of an edible postcard from my recent jaunt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Half the cost of producing a tub of margarine is the edible oils and the price of those commodities has risen by 30 per cent this year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'edible'
British English: edible /ˈɛdɪbl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is edible, it is safe to eat.
- American English: edible
- Arabic: صَالِحٌ لِلَأكْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: comestível
- Chinese: 可食用的
- Croatian: jestiv
- Czech: jedlý
- Danish: spiselig
- Dutch: eetbaar
- European Spanish: comestible
- Finnish: syötäväksi kelpaava
- French: comestible
- German: essbar
- Greek: φαγώσιμος
- Italian: commestibile
- Japanese: 食べられる
- Korean: 식용의
- Norwegian: spiselig
- Polish: jadalny
- European Portuguese: comestível
- Romanian: comestibil
- Russian: съедобный
- Spanish: comestible
- Swedish: ätbar
- Thai: ซึ่งกินได้
- Turkish: yenilebilir
- Ukrainian: їстівний
- Vietnamese: ăn được
Definition of edible from the Collins English Dictionary
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