passion fruit

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passionfruit
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İngilizce - İngilizce
The edible fruit of the passionflower, Passiflora edulis; a round fruit with a purple or yellow skin which is native to Brazil

'Passion fruit are added for visual interest.

The flesh of the edible fruit

A slice of passion fruit was added to the dessert for visual interest.

A mix made from the Passion Flower It is nonalcoholic
Purplish-brown on the outside, filled with (edible) pits and orange flesh inside Unadulterated, it is tart and hard to take
egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines; used for sherbets and confectionery and drinks
{i} edible fruit of the passionflower vine
A tropical fruit native to Brazil, but now grown in the U S, New Zealand, and Australia The flavor is sweet, yet tart, and has a perfumy tropical fragrance Used as a table fruit, as well as for sherbets, candies, and beverages
A passion fruit is a small, round, brown fruit that is produced by certain types of tropical flower. The edible fruit of the passionflower. a small fruit which has a brown skin and many seeds
Purplish-brown on the outside, filled with (edible) pits and orange flesh inside Unadulterated, it is tart and hard to take Passionfruit get its name from its flowers, which Spanish missionaries thought resembled symbols of Christ's Passion, such as the crown of thorns
Round, lime size fruit has bright orange, highly perfumed, bracingly tart flesh Also called granadilla, parcha and maracuya
passion fruits
plural form of passion fruit
passionfruit
Alternative spelling of passion fruit
banana passion fruit
cultivated for fruit
passion fruit

    Heceleme

    pas·sion fruit

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    päşın frut

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpasʜən ˈfro͞ot/ /ˈpæʃən ˈfruːt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'pa-sh&n ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin passion-, passio suffering, being acted upon, from Latin pati to suffer; more at PATIENT.