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Example sentences containing 'strawberry'

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This makes it sweeter than strawberries and a delicious fruit to eat fresh as well as cooked. The Sun (2010)Our great garden excitement is actual tiny strawberries appearing. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Wild strawberry is noticeably common this year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Slice the small strawberries and arrange artfully over the top. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some just come to watch the games on big screens with a pot of strawberries and cream. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He signed his works with a wild strawberry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His meticulous nature ran down to the weekly ritual of preparing strawberry jam sandwiches for his grandchildren. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The noticeable gaps between the petals distinguish it from the wild strawberry that will bear juicy red fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Whether the small strawberries produced by the wild plants will be sweet depends on whether we have a sunny summer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The smoothies are prepared using a piece of raw placenta from the new mother and fruit such as strawberries or blueberries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How toxic is that juicy strawberry? The Sun (2016)Garnish with one small whole strawberry. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And we searched for wild strawberries. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Something not unlike strawberry jam glued to the inside of the spaceship would be all that was left of the gullible fool. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Layer the strawberry cream, strawberries and meringue in serving glasses. The Sun (2014)It is as much a fixture as the strawberries, cream and incessant rain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But it is worth these drawbacks because it has a superb wild forest strawberry flavour, juicy and sweet. The Sun (2011)The Chilean pine strawberry's fruits were sometimes as large as small apples. The Sun (2014)Other soft fruit, including strawberries and raspberries, need less chilling. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Juicy English strawberries are the envy of the world, so why would we want to buy from foreign growers? The Sun (2011)

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Translations for 'strawberry'

British English: strawberry /ˈstrɔːbərɪ; -brɪ/ NOUN
A strawberry is a small red fruit with tiny seeds in its skin.
...strawberries and cream.
  • American English: strawberry
  • Arabic: فَرَاوِلَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: morango
  • Chinese: 草莓
  • Croatian: jagoda
  • Czech: jahoda
  • Danish: jordbær
  • Dutch: aardbei
  • European Spanish: fresa
  • Finnish: mansikka
  • French: fraise
  • German: Erdbeere
  • Greek: φράουλα
  • Italian: fragola
  • Japanese: イチゴ
  • Korean: 딸기
  • Norwegian: jordbær
  • Polish: truskawka
  • European Portuguese: morango
  • Romanian: căpșună
  • Russian: клубника
  • Spanish: fresa
  • Swedish: jordgubbe
  • Thai: ผลสตรอเบอรี่
  • Turkish: çilek
  • Ukrainian: полуниця
  • Vietnamese: quả dâu tây

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