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  Definition of fruit
  1. an amount of a product
  2. the consequence of some effort or action; "he lived long enough to see the fruit of his policies"
  3. the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant
  4. bear fruit; "the trees fruited early this year"
  5. cause to bear fruit
Similar Words: yield

 

Hyponyms: edible fruit, juniper berry, May apple, achene, gourd, prairie gourd, quandong, blue fig, acorn, olive, hip, rose hip, rosehip, wild cherry, marasca, hagberry, chokecherry, rowanberry, buffalo nut, elk nut, oil nut, ear, spike, capitulum, fruitlet, seed, berry, aggregate fruit, multiple fruit, syncarp, drupe, stone fruit, pome, false fruit, pod, seedpod, pyxidium, pyxis, accessory fruit, pseudocarp, buckthorn berry, yellow berry, cubeb, schizocarp

 

Derivational Morphology: yield, pay, bear, render, return, give, generate, fructify, set, fruition, fruitage

 

Language Translations:
Afrikaans: vrug   Albanian: frut  
Bosnian: voće   Breton: frouezh  
Bulgarian: плод   Catalan: fruit and marieta  
Croatian: voće   Danish: frugt  
Dutch: fruit and vrucht   Esperanto: frukto  
Estonian: puuvili   Finnish: hedelmä and hintti  
French: fruit and pédé   Galician: froita  
Georgian: ხილი   German: Frucht and Schwuler  
Greek: καρπός   Hebrew: פרי  
Hindi: फल   Hungarian: gyümölcs  
Icelandic: ávöxtur and faggi   Ido: frukto  
Indonesian: buah   Interlingua: fructo  
Irish: toradh   Italian: frocio and frutta  
Japanese: 果実   Korean: 과일  
Kurdish: fêkî   Latin: fructus  
Lithuanian: vaisius   Malay: buah  
Malayalam: പഴം and ഫലം   Norwegian: frukt  
Polish: owoc   Portuguese: fruta  
Romanian: fruct   Russian: гомик and плод  
Slovak: ovocie and plod   Slovene: sad and sadež  
Spanish: fruta and maricón   Swahili: shoga  
Swedish: avkastning and bög and frukt   Tagalog: bunga  
Tamil: பலம்   Telugu: పండు and ఫలము  
Turkish: meyve   Ukrainian: плід  
Vietnamese: quả   Yiddish: פֿרוכט  
 
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