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to·ma·to

 (tə-mā′tō, -mä′-)
n. pl. to·ma·toes
1. A widely cultivated plant (Solanum lycopersicum syn. Lycopersicon esculentum)in the nightshade family, having edible, fleshy, usually red fruit. The tomato is native to and was first domesticated in northern South America.
2. The fruit of this plant.

[Alteration of Spanish tomate, from Nahuatl tomatl, fleshy globose fruit, tomatillo, tomato.]

to·ma′to·ey (-tō-ē) adj.

tomato

(təˈmɑːtəʊ)
n, pl -toes
1. (Plants) a solanaceous plant, Lycopersicon (or Lycopersicum) esculentum, of South America, widely cultivated for its red fleshy many-seeded edible fruits
2. (Plants) the fruit of this plant, which has slightly acid-tasting flesh and is eaten in salads, as a vegetable, etc
3. slang US and Canadian a girl or woman
[C17 tomate, from Spanish, from Nahuatl tomatl]

to•ma•to

(təˈmeɪ toʊ, -ˈmɑ-)

n., pl. -toes.
1. a large, mildly acid, pulpy berry, red to red-yellow when ripe, eaten raw or cooked as a vegetable.
2. the plant bearing this berry, Lycopersicon esculentum, of the nightshade family.
3. Older Slang. a girl or woman.
[1595–1605; earlier tomate < Sp < Nahuatl tomatl]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tomato - mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetabletomato - mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable
solanaceous vegetable - any of several fruits of plants of the family Solanaceae; especially of the genera Solanum, Capsicum, and Lycopersicon
beefsteak tomato - any of several large tomatoes with thick flesh
cherry tomato - small red to yellow tomatoes
love apple, Lycopersicon esculentum, tomato plant, tomato - native to South America; widely cultivated in many varieties
2.tomato - native to South Americatomato - native to South America; widely cultivated in many varieties
tomato - mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
cherry tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum cerasiforme - plant bearing small red to yellow fruit
Translations
حَبَّة البَنْدورهطَمَاطِمنَبتَة البَنْدورة
rajčerajčatový
tomattomatplante
TomateParadeiserTomatenflanze
tomato
tomaatti
rajčica
paradicsom
tomat
tómatjurttómatur
トマト
토마토
pomidoras
tomāts
paradajkovýparadajkyrajčiak
paradižnik
tomat
nyanya
มะเขือเทศ
cà chua

tomato

[təˈmɑːtəʊ] (US) [təˈmeɪtəʊ]
A. N (tomatoes (pl)) (= fruit) → tomate m, jitomate m (Mex); (= plant) → tomatera f
B. CPD tomato juice Njugo m de tomate
tomato ketchup Nsalsa f de tomate, ketchup m
tomato paste N = tomato purée tomato plant Ntomatera f
tomato purée Npuré m de tomate, concentrado m de tomate
tomato sauce Nsalsa f de tomate (Brit) (in bottle, sachet) = tomato ketchup

tomato

[təˈmɑːtəʊ] [tomatoes] (pl) ntomate ftomato juice njus m de tomatetomato paste nconcentré m de tomate, purée f de tomatetomato purée npurée f de tomatestomato sauce nsauce f tomatetomato soup nsoupe f à la tomate

tomato

[, (US)]
n pl <-es> → Tomate f

tomato

in cpdsTomaten-;
tomato juice
nTomatensaft m
tomato ketchup
n(Tomaten)ket(s)chup m or nt
tomato puree
nTomatenmark nt
tomato sauce
nTomatensoße f; (= ketchup)(Tomaten)ket(s)chup m or nt

tomato

[təˈmɑːtəʊ, ɒm təˈmeɪtəʊ]
1. n (tomatoes (pl)) → pomodoro
2. adj (juice, sauce) → di pomodoro

tomato

(təˈmaːtəu) , ((American) -ˈmei-) nounplural toˈmatoes
1. a type of fleshy, juicy fruit, usually red, used in salads, sauces etc. We had a salad of lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers; (also adjective) tomato sauce.
2. the plant which bears these.

tomato

طَمَاطِم rajče tomat Tomate ντομάτα tomate tomaatti tomate rajčica pomodoro トマト 토마토 tomaat tomat pomidor tomate помидор tomat มะเขือเทศ domates cà chua 番茄

tomato

n. tomate;
___ soupsopa de ___.

tomato

n (pl -toes) tomate m
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