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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
satsumasat‧su‧ma /sætˈsuːmə/ noun [countable]  DFa fruit like a small orange, that has no seeds, and a loose skin you can pull off easily
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satsumaWe had a list: a satsuma, two kumquat trees, a lime, and three mulberries.Meredith bought two pounds of satsumas and retired defeated.But she couldn't live on satsumas and the last of the bacon rashers until after Christmas.
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