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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.
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

blackcurrant

[ˌblækˈkʌrənt]
ncassis m
modif [jam] → de cassis; [ice cream] → au cassis blackcurrant bushblackcurrant bush ncassis mblack economy n (British)économie f souterraine

blackcurrant

[ˌblækˈkʌrənt] nribes m inv nero

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
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