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strawberry
American English: /ˈstrɔˌbɛri/
, /ˈstrɔˌb(ə)ri/
British English: /ˈstrɔːb(ə)ri/

Translation of strawberry in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • (fruit) (before noun) strawberry field
    fresal (masculine)
    campo (masculine) de fresas or (Bolivia) (Southern Cone) de frutillas
    frutillar (masculine) (Chile)
    Example sentences
    • If you take soft fruit such as strawberries and cherries, protect them from the rigours of the road and from too much warmth.
    • Invest in a set of small plastic boxes for chopped fresh fruit, strawberries, grapes or cherries.
    • Ripening could also be controlled in strawberries and most citrus fruits, which do not respond to the chemical.

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