English version

soft fruit in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoft fruitˌsoft ˈfruit noun [countable, uncountable]  especially British EnglishDF small fruits, such as strawberries, that you can eat that do not have a hard skin or large seed
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soft fruitIn the Perth/Borders area tourism and soft fruit occupied the summer and autumn periods.It just seemed a pity that Norfolk should have no more appetising soft fruit.September Take cuttings from strong young shoots and root outdoors as for soft fruit.