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blackcurrant

(ˌblækˈkʌrənt)
n
1. (Plants) a N temperate shrub, Ribes nigrum, having red or white flowers and small edible black berries: family Grossulariaceae
2. (Plants)
a. the fruit of this shrub
b. (as modifier): blackcurrant jelly.
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Translations
černý rybíz
solbær
Johannisbeereschwarze Johannisbeere
mustaherukkamustaviinimarja
crni ribiz
クロスグリ
블랙커런트
solbærsolbærplante
črni ribez
svart vinbär
ผลแบล็คเคอแรนต์
quả lý chua đen

blackcurrant

[ˌblækˈkʌrənt] N (= fruit) → grosella f negra; (= bush) → grosellero m negro, casis f inv
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blackcurrant

[ˌblækˈkʌrənt]
ncassis m
modif [jam] → de cassis; [ice cream] → au cassis blackcurrant bushblackcurrant bush ncassis mblack economy n (British)économie f souterraine
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

blackcurrant

[ˌblækˈkʌrənt] nribes m inv nero
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

blackcurrant

كِشْمِش أَسْوَد černý rybíz solbær Johannisbeere φραγκοστάφυλο grosella negra mustaviinimarja cassis crni ribiz ribes nero クロスグリ 블랙커런트 zwarte bes solbær czarna porzeczka groselha preta черная смородина svart vinbär ผลแบล็คเคอแรนต์ kuşüzümü quả lý chua đen 黑醋栗
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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During WWII, when the British were unable to obtain fruits containing vitamin C, government dietician Dr Magnus Pike encouraged the population to grow blackcurrants, which were processed into syrups and distributed free of charge, to the children in schools.
Around 90% of all Britain's commerciallygrown blackcurrants are produced to make Ribena and Bankhead of Kinloch is one of just four dedicated growers in Scotland, who together produce 1,250 tonnes of the fruit on contract each year.
600g blackcurrants, stripped of the stalks About 400g white caster sugar or granulated sugar Juice of 1/2 a lemon 30 COOK: MAKES 250ml
I noticed the other day that it won't be long before the blackcurrants will be ready to pick, and for me this is the highlight of the year when it comes to our little fruit patch.
You can also pick gooseberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants and tayberries.
Around 90% of British blackcurrants are used to make the branded cordial, according to the manufacturer, with the berries harvested in the summer and pressed for juice.
Berry healthy | BLACKCURRANTs AND BlueBerries: Vitamin C has long been thought to have the power to increase mental agility.
Other fruits used to brew this beer are blackcurrants, blackberries and cherries.
Puree 250g fresh blackcurrants and 3 tbsp orange juice, then stir in 75g sifted icing sugar.
You can also pick gooseberries, strawberries (more than one variety), raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants and tayberries.
Last week, Desmond Randall, from South London, asked if it was worth growing blackcurrants as he only had limited space in his garden.