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ma·ras·ca

 (mə-răs′kə)
n.
A tree of any of several cultivars of the sour cherry that bear small bitter fruit from which maraschino is made.

[Italian; see maraschino.]

marasca

(məˈræskə)
n
(Plants) a European cherry tree, Prunus cerasus marasca, with red acid-tasting fruit from which maraschino is made
[C19: from Italian, variant of amarasca from amaro, from Latin amārus bitter]

ma•ras•ca

(məˈræs kə)

n., pl. -cas.
a wild cherry, Prunus cerasus marasca, yielding a small bitter fruit from which maraschino is made.
[1860–65; < Italian, variant of amarasca, derivative of amaro < Latin amārus bitter]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.marasca - small bitter fruit of the marasca cherry tree from whose juice maraschino liqueur is mademarasca - small bitter fruit of the marasca cherry tree from whose juice maraschino liqueur is made
maraschino, maraschino liqueur - distilled from fermented juice of bitter wild marasca cherries
marasca cherry, maraschino cherry, Prunus cerasus marasca, marasca - Dalmatian bitter wild cherry tree bearing fruit whose juice is made into maraschino liqueur
fruit - the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant
2.marasca - Dalmatian bitter wild cherry tree bearing fruit whose juice is made into maraschino liqueurmarasca - Dalmatian bitter wild cherry tree bearing fruit whose juice is made into maraschino liqueur
Prunus cerasus, sour cherry, sour cherry tree - rather small Eurasian tree producing red to black acid edible fruit
marasca - small bitter fruit of the marasca cherry tree from whose juice maraschino liqueur is made
Translations

marasca

[məˈræskə] n (tree) → marasco
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