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sharon fruit

Line breaks: sha¦ron fruit
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɛːr(ə)n
 
, ˈʃar(ə)n
 
/

Definition of sharon fruit in English:

noun

A persimmon, especially one of an early-fruiting orange variety grown in Israel.
Example sentences
  • I love sharon fruit [persimmon] and mangoes, typical of Caribbean people, and I'm also really into garlic.
  • I well recall, and it wasn't long ago, being impressed by a sharon fruit.
  • It has also been called ‘Japanese persimmon’ and a variety of it (cultivated in Israel) is extensively marketed as ‘sharon fruit’.

Origin

from Sharon.

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