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Fuji also: Fujiyama Pronunciation: / -ˈjɑːmə /
American English: /ˈfudʒi/
British English: /ˈfuːdʒi/

noun

  • Mount Fuji
    Example sentences
    • They're a bit tart, a bit sweet, firm, and flavorful - better even than decent apples like Galas, Fujis, Breaburns, Macintoshes, Pippins, and Granny Smiths, and far better than those Golden Delicious / Red Delicious abominations.
    • Red Delicious apples comprise 40% of the 3-million cartons grown here, followed by Fujis, Golden Delicious and Jonagold.
    • In the United States and Japan, where Fujis originated, bagging is practiced to enhance the apple's red color close to harvest.

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