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nashi

Saltos de línea: nashi
Pronunciación: /ˈnaʃiː
 
/
(also nashi pear)

Definición de nashi en inglés:

sustantivo

The crisp apple-shaped fruit of a tree that is native to Japan and China and cultivated in Australia and New Zealand. Also called Asian pear.
Example sentences
  • Of the nashi grown in New Zealand, 95 percent are Hosui, although smooth-skinned, greenish-yellow Nijisseiki and the mottled Kosui also make excellent eating.
  • Just before serving, prepare the nashi and add to rest of the fruit.
  • Sipping on our nashi pear and lychee Martinis, we surveyed the room.

Origen

1960s: from Japanese, literally 'pear'.

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