English version

berry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
berryber‧ry /ˈberi/ ●●○ noun (plural berries) [countable]  DFa small soft fruit with small seeds
Examples from the Corpus
berryIf you are determined to cultivate fruits, then the safest bets are berry bushes and nut trees.In autumn, berries burst from its flesh.Return carcasses to pan and add stock, tomato puree, wine, vinegar, and juniper berries.They had plenty of berries and there would be jobs ready and waiting for them.Far, far away Into the earth we go, with the rain and the berries.For puree, defrost the berries and press through a food mill.The first few days, half the berries would go into the bucket and the other half would disappear into me.The berries had long ago withered on the tree.
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