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raspberry
American English: /ˈræzˌbɛri/
, /ˈræzˌb(ə)ri/
British English: /ˈrɑːzb(ə)ri/

Translation of raspberry in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • 1.1 (fruit) (before noun) raspberry bush o cane
    Example sentences
    • Fresh soft fruits such as raspberries may be incorporated in the mixture or served with it.
    • To serve, arrange the red fingerling bananas, blackberries, raspberries, dehydrated mangoes, and Brazil nuts on a large plate.
    • Gently mix the blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and caster sugar and arrange in a buttered one-litre pie or gratin dish.
    1.2 (sound) [colloquial] to blow a raspberry at somebody
    hacerle una pedorreta a alguien [colloquial]
    hacerle una trompetilla a alguien (Venezuela) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Rhea blew a raspberry with her tongue and fiddled with the fabric she was lying on.
    • And it stuck its tongue out and blew a raspberry.
    • Gaffle stuck his tongue out at Pintom and blew a raspberry.

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