pear

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(also pear tree) A type of fruit tree (Pyrus communis)

A trio of pears pared to a pair of pears.

An edible fruit produced by the pear tree, similar to an apple but elongated towards the stem
choke pear (a torture device)
The wood of the pear tree
{n} a well known fruit
Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research program at Princeton University in New Jersey For twenty years, this highly scientific center has identified subtle energy connection between people and machines and between people and remote places The participants showed many of the same characteristics of heart transplant "cardio-sensitives"
Moist, semi-decayed organic matter
Nashpati Fruit
See Pear family, below
The fleshy pome, or fruit, of a rosaceous tree (Pyrus communis), cultivated in many varieties in temperate climates; also, the tree which bears this fruit
bell-shaped fruit, as in: She had a juicy pear for her lunch
{i} type of fruit
(Pyrus communis) The tree and edible fruit of this genus, the fruit typically round and elongated and growing smallest toward the stem, of a Rosaceous tree Varieties mentioned by Johnson included: "Bon Critoner" [Bon Chretien] Pear: still popular as our "Bartlet " Oldest and most honored of the French pears Cheshire Pear St Germain Pear: the name represents either origin or likeness This one was discovered in the Parish of St Germain Vergelew Pear
sweet juicy gritty-textured fruit available in many varieties
A fruit from to the rose family which includes apples, plums, cherries, apricots, and strawberries There are over 5,000 varieties of pears It improves in texture and flavor after it is picked France is the leading pear-growing country
sweet juicy gritty-textured fruit available in many varieties Old World tree having sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit; widely cultivated in many varieties
Old World tree having sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit; widely cultivated in many varieties
A pear is a sweet, juicy fruit which is narrow near its stalk, and wider and rounded at the bottom. Pears have white flesh and thin green or yellow skin. Any of several species of trees of the genus Pyrus, especially P. communis, of the rose family, which is one of the most important fruit trees in the world and is cultivated in all temperate-zone countries of both hemispheres. The thousands of varieties include Bartlett (by far the most widely grown), Beurre Bosc, and Beurre d'Anjou. In the U.S., much of the crop is canned; in Europe, pears are more commonly eaten fresh or used for perry (fermented pear juice). The tree is taller and more upright than the apple tree; pear fruits are sweeter and softer than apples. Hard cells (grit, or stone cells) dot the flesh
A type of fruit tree (Pyrus communis)
a sweet, juicy fruit
pear of anguish
choke pear
pear tree
A tree of the genus Pyrus, which bears the pears as fruits

A partridge in a pear tree - The Twelve Days of Christmas.

pear trees
plural form of pear tree
pear-shaped
Having a shape or cross-section like the cross-section of a pear
pear psylla
A small plant louse, especially of the eastern United States and Pacific northwest, Psylla pyricola that is a destructive pest of pears, quinces, and similar species
pear thrips
A minute leaf-eating insect (Taeniothrips inconsequens), originally native to Europe, that is a common pest of pear, maple, almond, and other trees in the eastern United States
pear-shaped
(of sounds) full and rich; "orotund tones"; "the rotund and reverberating phrase"; "pear-shaped vowels"
pear-shaped
If a situation goes pear-shaped, bad things start happening. He feared his career had gone a bit pear-shaped
pear-shaped
If someone, especially a woman, is pear-shaped, they are wider around their hips than around the top half of their body
pear-shaped
Something that is pear-shaped has a shape like a pear. her pear-shaped diamond earrings
pear-shaped
having a round shape tapered at one end
choke pear
A torture device consisting of a metal body (usually pear-shaped) divided into spoon-like segments that can be spread apart by turning a screw
go pear shaped
Alternative spelling of go pear-shaped
go pear-shaped
To go wrong; to go awry
goes pear-shaped
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go pear-shaped
going pear-shaped
Present participle of go pear-shaped
gone pear-shaped
Past participle of go pear-shaped
pearly
Of a pale greyish white colour, tinted with blue
pearly
tooth
pearly
A pale greyish white colour, tinted with blue

pearly colour:.

prickly pear
Any of various spiny cacti of the genus Opuntia, or the fruit, often edible, of such a plant
snow pear
Pyrus nivalis, a hardy pear tree of south-east Europe and western Asia
snow pear
The fruit of Pyrus nivalis, a roundish, somewhat sour pear
strawberry pear
dragon fruit
went pear-shaped
Simple past of go pear-shaped
pearly
{a} abounding with or like pearls
strawberry pear
The pitaya (also known as pitahaya, dragon fruit, huǒ lóng guǒ (火龍果/火龙果), strawberry pear, nanettikafruit, or thanh long) is the fruit of several cactus species, especially of the genus Hylocereus, but also see Stenocereus. Native to Mexico and Central and South America, these vine-like epiphytic cacti are also cultivated in Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, the Philippines, and Malaysia. They are also found in Taiwan, Okinawa, Israel, and southern China. The pitaya blooms only at night; they are large white fragrant flowers, typical of cactus, that are often called Moonflower or Queen of the Night
vegetable pear
Chayote
Anchovy pear
West Indian fruit resembling the mango; often pickled
Anchovy pear
West Indian tree bearing edible fruit resembling mango
Pears
British tenor noted for his reedy tone and vocal agility and as chief interpreter of the vocal works of composer Benjamin Britten
alligator pear
{i} (North American term) avocado, pear-shaped green fruit
anchovy pear
A West Indian fruit like the mango in taste, sometimes pickled; also, the tree (Grias cauliflora) bearing this fruit
anchovy pear
West Indian fruit resembling the mango; often pickled West Indian tree bearing edible fruit resembling mango
balsam pear
tropical Old World vine with yellow-orange fruit
choke pear
A sarcasm by which one is put to silence; anything that can not be answered
choke pear
A kind of pear that has a rough, astringent taste, and is swallowed with difficulty, or which contracts the mucous membrane of the mouth
native pear
tree bearing pear-shaped fruit with a thick woody epicarp
pearly
informal terms for a human `tooth'
pearly
Containing pearls; abounding with, or yielding, pearls; as, pearly shells
pearly
a white the color of pearls
pearly
{s} pearl-like; adorned with pearls
pearly
Resembling pearl or pearls; clear; pure; transparent; iridescent; as, the pearly dew or flood
pearly
Something that is pearly is pale and shines softly, like a pearl. the pearly light of early morning. Pearly is also a combining form. pearly pink lipstick. pale in colour and shiny, like a pearl
pears
Plural of pear
prickly pear
prickly pear-shaped fruit of a kind of cactus
prickly pear
A prickly pear is a kind of cactus that has round fruit with prickles on. The fruit, which you can eat, is also called a prickly pear. a type of cactus that has yellow flowers and red fruit. The fruit is also called a prickly pear. Any of a group of flat-stemmed, spiny opuntia cacti (see cactus), native to the Western Hemisphere, or the edible fruit of certain species. Engelmann prickly pear (Opuntia engelmannii) and beaver tail cactus (O. basilaris) commonly occur in the southwestern U.S. The Indian fig (O. ficus-indica) is an important food in tropical and subtropical countries. Because their stems have a high water content, prickly pears can be used as forage crops and emergency stock feed during drought. Some species are cultivated as ornamentals and valued for their large flowers
prickly pear
round or pear-shaped spiny fruit of any of various prickly pear cacti cacti having spiny flat joints and oval fruit that is edible in some species; often used as food for stock
sea pear
A pedunculated ascidian of the genus Boltonia
pear

    Türkische aussprache

    per

    Aussprache

    /ˈper/ /ˈpɛr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'par, 'per ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English pere, common North and West Germanic, from Vulgar Latin *pira, feminine singular of pira, plural of pirum, pear

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