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fruit [ fru:t] n.水果;果实;成果

fruit [fru:t] n. 水果;果实

fruit juice n. 果汁

Canned Fruit 罐装水果

Frozen Fruit 冷冻水果

Fruit Basket 水果篮

Fruit Candle 水果类蜡烛

Fruit Tray 水果盘

果 汁
甘蔗汁    Sugar cane juice
酸梅汁    Plum juice
杨桃汁    Star fruit juice
青草茶    Herb juice

fruit plate 水果盘

glace fruit 蜜饯


East Asian Tree Fern Rhizome

Elecampane Inula Root

Emblic Leafflower Fruit

English Walnut Seed

Entada Sten

Entadae Stem

Ephedra Herb

Epigeal Srephaia Root

Epimedium Herb

Erect St. John'swort Herb


Eriocarpous Glochidion Leaf

Eucommia Bark

European Grape Fruit

European Hop Flower

European Verbena

European Waterhemlock Root

False Chinese Swertia Herb

Falsehellebore Root and Rhizome

Falsesour Cherry

Fangchi Root

Feather Cockscomb Seed

Fennel Fruit

Fermented Soybean

Fewflower Lysionotus Herb

Field Sowthistle Herb


Figwort Root


Filiform Cassytha Herb

Fimbriae Orostachys

Fineleaf Schizonepeta Herb

Finger Citron

Fistular Onion Stalk

Fiveleaf Gynostemma Herb

Flabelate Maiden-hair Herb

Flastem Milkvetch Seed

Flos Caryophyllata


Forbes Wildginger Herb

Forest Frog's Oviduct

Forrest Silkvine Stem or Root

Fortune Eupatorium Herb

Fortune Firethorn Fruit

Fortune Loosestrife Herb

Fortune Meadowrue Herb

Fortune Paulownia Fruit /Royal Paulownia Fruit

Fortune Plumyew Twig and Leaf

Fortune Windmillpalm Petiole

Fortune's Drynaria Rhizome

Fourstamen Stephania Root

Fragrant Eupatorium Herb

Fragrant Plantainlily Herb

Fragrant Sarcococca Herb

Fragrant Solomonseal Rhizome

Franchet Groundcherry Calyx and Fruit

Frangrant Ainsliaea Herb


Freshwater Sponge

Fringed Iris Herb

Fruticose Breyniae Leaf and Twig

A tree is known by its fruit.

Production of fruit and vegetables has also risen in varying degrees.

Good fruit is scarce now and costs a lot.

Chill the mixed fruit dish until serving time.

preserved eggs
preserved fruit

It is the fresh fruit that tempts me at this time of year.

Do you want some fruit?

I like all kinds of fruit. 我喜欢各种各样的水果。

An apple is a kind of fruit.

Several baskets of fruit were eaten at the party.

There is a fruit bowl on the table.

The fruit dropped down from the tree.

We ate some of the fruits and froze the rest.

The potato is a vegetable, not a fruit.

The apple trees are fruiting early this year.

They netted the fruit trees to protect them from birds.

The cart is piled high with fruit and vegetables.

Action is the proper fruit of knowledge.

As the tree, so the fruit.

A tree is known by its fruit.

Beauty may have fair leaves, but bitter fruit.

Deeds are fruits; words are but leaves.

Every tree is known by its own fruit.

Forbidden fruit is sweet.

Fruit ripens not well in the shade.

He that would eat the fruit must climb the tree.

Like tree, like fruit.

No root, no fruit.

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.

Unprofitable eloquence is like the cypress, which is great and tall, but bears no fruit.

When the fruit is scarcest, its taste is sweetest.

Wit without learning is like a tree without fruit.

Work has a bitter root but sweet fruit.

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
Jean Jacques Rousseau,French thinker

All the blessings we enjoy are the fruits of labor, toil, and self-denial, and study.
Willian Graham Sumner, American sociologist

Deeds are fruits, words are but leaves.
Joseph Rlema Prake, American poet  
美国诗人德雷克.J .R.  

As fruit needs not only sunshine but cold nights and chilling showers to ripen it , so character needs not only joy but trial and difficulty to mellow it .
Hugh Black, American writer

Have no doubts because of trouble nor be thou discomtited; for the water of life's fountain springeth from a gloom bed.…
Sit not sad because that time a fitful aspect weareth; Patience is most bitter , yet most sweet the fruit it bearth.
Sadi , Perisian poet

The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.
Aristtle, Ancient Greek Philosopher 

@@@ 结果
arrive at 1.到达(目的地)
2.达到, 做出(结果、结论等)
as a result of 作为...的结果, 由于...
bear fruit 1.结出果实
come out 1.出版, 刊出
2.结束; 结果是
do the trick 起作用, 管事; 达到理想的结果
end up 1.结束, 停止
2.到达某处或某种状态, 结果,
result from 因...而产生; 是...的结果
turn out to be & turn out that & as it turns out 结果是, 证明是
wind up 1.以...为结尾, 落得...的结果
2.结束, 完成

Please make the fruit jar airtight.

笾 [biān] /basket for fruits/

蒂 [dì] /stem (of fruit)/

脯 [fǔ] /candied fruit/

果 [guǒ] /fruit/result/

果皮 [guǒ pí] /(fruit) peel/

果实 [guǒ shí] /fruit/gains/

果实累累 [guǒ shí lěi lěi] /a selection of thousands of fruits and nuts/

果树 [guǒ shù] /fruit tree/

果汁 [guǒ zhī] /fruit juice/

核 [hé] /nuclear/atomic/stone (of fruit)/

结 [jiē] /knot/sturdy/to bear (fruit)/bond/to tie/to bind/

禁果 [jìn guǒ] /forbidden fruit/

荔枝 [lì zhī] /(n) litchi fruit/

莲雾 [lián wù] /wax apple (a reddish pear-shaped fruit)/

猕猴桃 [mí hóu táo] /Chinese gooseberry/Kiwi fruit/

内皮 [nèi pí] /(med.) endothelium/thin skin on the inside of some fruits (e.g., oranges)/

檎 [qín] /(fruit)/

瓤 [ráng] /pulp of fruit/

葚 [rèn] /fruit of mulberry/

椹 [shèn] /fruit of mulberry/

葚 [shèn] /fruit of mulberry/

水果 [shuǐ guǒ] /fruit/

摘 [zhāi] /to borrow/to pick (flowers, fruit)/to pluck/to take/to select/

What kept them in place?
Why didn't they fall out of the sky?
The fact that the apple fell down toward the earth and not up into the tree answered the question he had been asking himself about those larger fruits of the heavens, the moon and the planets.

{adj: acarpous} producing no fruit

{adj: achenial} pertaining to dry one-seeded indehiscent fruit

{adj: acinar} pertaining to the individual parts making up an aggregate fruit like a blackberry

{adj: aged, ripened} of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged' pronounced as one syllable)
"mature well-aged cheeses"

{adj: aggregate} formed of separate units in a cluster
"raspberries are aggregate fruits"

{adj: angiocarpic, angiocarpous} having or being fruit enclosed in a shell or husk

{adj: autumnal} of or characteristic of or occurring in autumn
"the autumnal equinox"
"autumnal fruits"
<-> wintry, vernal, summery

{adj: barbed, barbellate, briary, briery, bristled, bristly, burred, burry, prickly, setose, setaceous, spiny, thorny} having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.
"a horse with a short bristly mane"
"bristly shrubs"
"burred fruits"
"setaceous whiskers"

{adj: bearing} producing or yielding
"an interest-bearing note"
"fruit-bearing trees"

{adj: blasting, ruinous} causing injury or blight; especially affecting with sudden violence or plague or ruin
"the blasting effects of the intense cold on the budding fruit"
"the blasting force of the wind blowing sharp needles of sleet in our faces"
"a ruinous war"

{adj: blue-fruited} bearing blue fruit

{adj: candied, crystalized, crystalised, glace} (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar

{adj: carpophagous, fruit-eating} feeding on fruit

{adj: citrous} of or relating to or producing fruit of the plants of the genus Citrus
"the citrus production of Florida"

{adj: compound} consisting of two or more substances or ingredients or elements or parts
"soap is a compound substance"
"housetop is a compound word"
"a blackberry is a compound fruit"

{adj: conic, conical, conelike, cone-shaped} relating to or resembling a cone
"conical mountains"
"conelike fruit"

{adj: dark-fruited} bearing dark fruit

{adj: dehiscent} (of e.g. fruits and anthers) opening spontaneously at maturity to release seeds
<-> indehiscent

{adj: dried, dehydrated, desiccated} preserved by removing natural moisture
"dried beef"
"dried fruit"
"dehydrated eggs"
"shredded and desiccated coconut meat"

{adj: forbidden, out, prohibited, proscribed, taboo, tabu, verboten} excluded from use or mention
"forbidden fruit"
"in our house dancing and playing cards were out"
"a taboo subject"

{adj: frostbitten} injured by freezing or partial freezing
"frostbitten fingers"
"frostbitten grapes unsalable as fresh fruit"

{adj: fruiting} capable of bearing fruit

{adj: fruity} tasting or smelling richly of or as of fruit

{adj: grapelike} resembling the fruit of a grape vine

{adj: green, unripe, unripened, immature} not fully developed or mature; not ripe
"unripe fruit"
"fried green tomatoes"
"green wood"
<-> ripe

{adj: heavy, weighed down} full of; bearing great weight
"trees heavy with fruit"
"vines weighed down with grapes"

{adj: homegrown} grown or originating in a particular place
"stands selling homegrown fruits and vegetables"

{adj: homozygous} having identical alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci
"these two fruit flies are homozygous for red eye color"
<-> heterozygous

{adj: indehiscent} (of e.g. fruits) not opening spontaneously at maturity to release seeds
<-> dehiscent

{adj: kiwi-sized} having the approximate size of a kiwi fruit

{adj: lush, succulent} full of juice
"lush fruits"
"succulent roast beef"
"succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves"

{adj: mellow, mellowed} having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging
"a mellow port"
"mellowed fruit"

{adj: monocarpic} dying after bearing fruit only once

{adj: multiple} having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual
"multiple birth"
"multiple ownership"
"made multiple copies of the speech"
"his multiple achievements in public life"
"her multiple personalities"
"a pineapple is a multiple fruit"
<-> single

{adj: oval-fruited} bearing oval fruit

{adj: perishable} liable to perish; subject to destruction or death or decay
"this minute and perishable planet"
"perishable foods such as butter and fruit"
<-> imperishable

{adj: plumlike} resembling a plum fruit

{adj: red-fruited} bearing red fruit

{adj: round-fruited} bearing round fruit

{adj: shelled} of animals or fruits that have a shell
<-> unshelled

{adj: small-fruited} bearing small fruit

{adj: stoneless} (of fruits having stones) having the stone removed
"stoneless dried dates"

{adj: tropical, tropic} relating to or situated in or characteristic of the tropics (the region on either side of the equator)
"tropical islands"
"tropical fruit"

{adj: unshelled, shell-less} of animals or fruits that have no shell
<-> shelled

{n: Abyssinian banana, Ethiopian banana, Ensete ventricosum, Musa ensete} large evergreen arborescent herb having huge paddle-shaped leaves and bearing inedible fruit that resemble bananas but edible young flower shoots; sometimes placed in genus Musa

{n: Acer, genus Acer} type genus of the Aceraceae; trees or shrubs having winged fruit

{n: Achras, genus Achras} tropical trees having papery leaves and large fruit

{n: Actinidia, genus Actinidia} small Asiatic woody vine bearing many-seeded fruit

{n: Adapid, Adapid group} extinct small mostly diurnal lower primates that fed on leaves and fruit; abundant in North America and Europe 30 to 50 million years ago; their descendents probably include the lemurs; some authorities consider them ancestral to anthropoids but others consider them only cousins

{n: Alar, daminozide} a chemical sprayed on fruit trees to regulate their growth so the entire crop can be harvested at one time

{n: Albatrellus dispansus} a rare fungus having a large (up to 14 inches wide) yellow fruiting body with multiple individual caps and a broad central stalk and a fragrant odor

{n: Aleuria aurantia, orange peel fungus} a discomycete with bright orange cup-shaped or saucer-shaped fruiting bodies and pale orange exteriors

{n: Allegheny plum, Alleghany plum, sloe, Prunus alleghaniensis} wild plum of northeastern United States having dark purple fruits with yellow flesh

{n: American crab apple, garland crab, Malus coronaria} medium-sized tree of the eastern United States having pink blossoms and small yellow fruit

{n: American cranberry, large cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon} trailing red-fruited plant

{n: American elder, black elderberry, sweet elder, Sambucus canadensis} common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines and jellies

{n: American mistletoe, Arceuthobium pusillum} small herb with scalelike leaves on reddish-brown stems and berrylike fruits; parasitic on spruce and larch trees

{n: American persimmon, possumwood, Diospyros virginiana} medium-sized tree of dry woodlands in the southern and eastern United States bearing yellow or orange very astringent fruit that is edible when fully ripe

{n: American red plum, August plum, goose plum, Prunus americana} wild plum trees of eastern and central North America having red-orange fruit with yellow flesh

{n: Ananas, genus Ananas} a genus of tropical American plants have sword-shaped leaves and a fleshy compound fruits composed of the fruits of several flowers (such as pineapples)

{n: Aphis, genus Aphis} type genus of the Aphididae: injurious to fruit trees and vegetables

{n: Arizona sycamore, Platanus wrightii} medium-sized tree of Arizona and adjacent regions having deeply lobed leaves and collective fruits in groups of 3 to 5

{n: Asiatic sweetleaf, sapphire berry, Symplocus paniculata} deciduous shrub of eastern Asia bearing decorative bright blue fruit

{n: Astreus pteridis} the largest earthstar; the fruiting body can measure 15 cm across when the rays are expanded

{n: Baccharis, genus Baccharis} shrubs of western hemisphere often having honey-scented flowers followed by silky thistlelike heads of tiny fruits; often used for erosion control

{n: Barbados gooseberry, Barbados-gooseberry vine, Pereskia aculeata} West Indian woody climber with spiny stems and numerous fragrant white flowers in panicles followed by small yellow to orange fruits

{n: Barbados gooseberry, blade apple} small yellow to orange fruit of the Barbados gooseberry cactus used in desserts and preserves and jellies

{n: Bartram Juneberry, Amelanchier bartramiana} open-growing shrub of eastern North America having pure white flowers and small waxy almost black fruits

{n: Belgian waffle} thick sweet waffle often eaten with ice cream or fruit sauce

{n: Bignoniaceae, family Bignoniaceae} trees or shrubs or woody vines or herbs having fruit resembling gourds or capsules; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales

{n: Blighia, genus Blighia} small genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits edible when neither unripe nor overripe

{n: Bombacaceae, family Bombacaceae} tropical trees with large dry or fleshy fruit containing usually woolly seeds

{n: Boraginaceae, family Boraginaceae, borage family} a widely distributed family of plants distinguished by circinate flowers and nutlike fruit

{n: Brazilian guava, Psidium guineense} South American tree having fruit similar to the true guava

{n: Brazilian pepper tree, Schinus terebinthifolius} small Brazilian evergreen resinous tree or shrub having dark green leaflets and white flowers followed by bright red fruit; used as a street tree and lawn specimen

{n: Brickellia, genus Brickelia} genus of herbs of southwestern America having usually creamy florets followed by one-seeded fruits in a prominent bristly sheath

{n: Brunfelsia, genus Brunfelsia} genus of tropical American shrubs grown for their flowers followed by fleshy berrylike fruits

{n: Burbank, Luther Burbank} United States horticulturist who developed many new varieties of fruits and vegetables and flowers (1849-1926)

{n: California box elder, Acer negundo Californicum} maple of the Pacific coast of the United States; fruits are white when mature

{n: California laurel, California bay tree, Oregon myrtle, pepperwood, spice tree, sassafras laurel, California olive, mountain laurel, Umbellularia californica} Pacific coast tree having aromatic foliage and small umbellate flowers followed by olivelike fruit; yields a hard tough wood

{n: California nutmeg, nutmeg-yew, Torreya californica} California evergreen having a fruit resembling a nutmeg but with a strong turpentine flavor

{n: Calostoma cinnabarina} a gasteromycete with a leathery stalk and a fruiting body this globose and has a red spore case

{n: Calostoma lutescens} a gasteromycete with a leathery stalk and a fruiting body that is globose and has a pale yellow spore case

{n: Calostoma ravenelii} a gasteromycete with a leathery stalk and a fruiting body with a thin gelatinous spore case and elliptical spores

{n: Canada plum, Prunus nigra} small tree native to northeastern North America having oblong orange-red fruit

{n: Cantharellus, genus Cantharellus} a well-known genus of fungus; has funnel-shaped fruiting body; includes the chanterelles

{n: Carolina buckthorn, indian cherry, Rhamnus carolinianus} deciduous shrub of eastern and central United States having black berrylike fruit; golden-yellow in autumn

{n: Carolina moonseed, Cocculus carolinus} woody vine of southeastern United States resembling the common moonseed but having red fruits

{n: Caucasian walnut, Pterocarya fraxinifolia} medium-sized Caucasian much-branched tree distinguished from other walnut trees by its winged fruit

{n: Celastraceae, family Celastraceae, spindle-tree family, staff-tree family} trees and shrubs and woody vines usually having bright-colored fruits

{n: Celtis, genus Celtis} large genus of trees and shrubs with berrylike fruit

{n: Ceratitis, genus Ceratitis} Mediterranean fruit flies

{n: Chilean nut, Chile nut, Chile hazel, Chilean hazelnut, Guevina heterophylla, Guevina avellana} Chilean shrub bearing coral-red fruit with an edible seed resembling a hazelnut

{n: China tree, false dogwood, jaboncillo, chinaberry, Sapindus saponaria} evergreen of tropical America having pulpy fruit containing saponin which was used as soap by native Americans

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