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citrus
American English: /ˈsɪtrəs/
British English: /ˈsɪtrəs/

Translation of citrus in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    Example sentences
    • He and hundreds of farmers and their workers are caught up in strict quarantine measures designed to ensure the bacterial disease doesn't spread to the bigger citrus fruit growing areas in other States.
    • This citrus fruit has an invigorating scent that energizes while helping to relieve tension, frustration, irritability and moodiness.
    • Slice thinly or mince the citrus fruit and add water.

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