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níspero, type of fruit similar to an apricot, but

English translation: níspero=medlar

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17:38 Nov 23, 1999
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: níspero, type of fruit similar to an apricot, but
Chile exporta nísperos, ciruelas, damascos, etc.
Douglas Gorman
English translation:níspero=medlar
Explanation:
Níspero is the medlar tree and medlar fruit.
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Chastity Wilson
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Summary of answers provided
naNispero5821412
naloquat
Judy Rojas
naNíspero: 1 (fruto) medlar; 2 (árbol) medlar tree 3 (níspero del Japón) loquat
LinguaVox
naNíspero: fruta similar al albaricoque, peroJavier Diaz Gervassini
naníspero=medlarChastity Wilson
nanísperoDiana Salazar


  

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10 mins
níspero


Explanation:
Según tengo entendido, níspero es el árbol y níspola es la fruta, que se traduce a "medlar".

Hope this helps!

Diana Salazar
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15 mins
níspero=medlar


Explanation:
Níspero is the medlar tree and medlar fruit.

Chastity Wilson
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17 mins
Níspero: fruta similar al albaricoque, pero


Explanation:
Níspero is a typical fruit in southern Spain. It doesn´t really look like an apricot, but sort of. Orange coloured, smooth peeled and many seeds inside.

Javier Diaz Gervassini
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55 mins
Níspero: 1 (fruto) medlar; 2 (árbol) medlar tree 3 (níspero del Japón) loquat


Explanation:
Have a look at this Web Site: http://www.elromeral.com/paginas/nispero.html You will find a description and a picture of this fruit, both in English and Spanish.
Hope it helps!

LinguaVox
Spain
Local time: 18:58
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 154
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1 hr
Nispero


Explanation:
This a fruit is from Spain, but could be find in many forrest in tropical countries. In Caribs is very common. It has a very sweet flavor and could be dark orange or brown. The puld is very juicy and soft, and it has an orange color. It has nmany seeds inside and they have a human eye form. They are black or very dark brown. Just to give a little more information.

5821412
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1 hr
loquat


Explanation:
While medlar is the "official" name, the name I have seen used the most is loquat.

Hope it helps.



Judy Rojas
Chile
Local time: 14:58
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 525
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