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wet slices of coconut

English translation: fresh and juicy slices of coconut

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15:17 Nov 5, 2007
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Cooking / Culinary
English term or phrase: wet slices of coconut
She will be crossing a small piazza, empty but for you and her and a street vendor selling wet slices of coconut. -
my question is: wet here is referring to fresh? or does it mean "in juice", that is canned coconut slices?
Thanks a lot!
English translation:fresh and juicy slices of coconut
not canned
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David Hollywood
Local time: 22:25
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4fresh and juicy slices of coconut
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fresh and juicy slices of coconut

not canned

David Hollywood
Local time: 22:25
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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Asker: Hmm, the neutral would be hard to translate. Thanks a lot anyway, at least I know it's not an obvious meaning!

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neutral  jccantrell: They are probably stored in coconut juice but 'wet' does not convey to me that they are fresh vs. canned, just that they are, ummmm, not dry.
32 mins
  -> I agree that it's not 100% clear from the context ... thanks for comment :)
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