English to Igbo Meaning of pomelo - pomelo

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Definitions of pomelo in English
Noun(1) southeastern Asian tree producing large fruits resembling grapefruits(2) large pear-shaped fruit similar to grapefruit but with coarse dry pulp
Examples of pomelo in English
(1) Other foods children requested after the tour included horned melon, pomelo , vegetable soup, turnip, spinach, soymilk, red cabbage, sweet potato, and tofu.(2) We bought whole barbecued chickens, corn, biscuits, pomelo s and paichons (salted catfish).(3) The pomelo , or the ‘Chinese Grapefruit,’ is an uncommon member of the citrus family, distinguished by its sheer size and pale, pear-like appearance, and has the presence of a fat, cross-legged Buddha.(4) You'll be amazed at the fruit sold from boats; there are two dozen varieties of banana alone, and if you don't know what a starfruit, pomelo or zirzat is, this is your chance to find out - your tastebuds will thank you for it.(5) We had several dishes and referring to some of my notes from the evening - the pomelo and shrimp salad contrasted the sweetness of the fruit with the sharpness of the chilli beautifully.(6) The city features six fruits - lemon, lychee, banana, longan, pomelo and pineapple - and three flowers - narcissus, camellia and orchid.(7) Alternatively, guests wishing to rejuvenate the skin and refresh the spirit after a day in the sun will want to experience a wonderful milk bath that has been scented by kalamansi lime, fragrant pandan leaves, pomelo and chrysanthemum.(8) In traditional Chinese medicine, the pulp and juice of the pomelo , which taste sweet with a hint of sourness, are good for the throat, stomach and spleen.(9) Since the plants are not that profitable I'm planning to plant some fruit bearing trees like rambutan, durian or pomelo in between crops.(10) In fact the grapefruit is simply a hybrid between a pomelo and an orange.(11) After the fall of the Roman Empire the Arabs cultivated and disseminated the bitter orange, pomelo , lime, and sweet orange, between the 12th and 15th centuries.(12) Slightly larger and heavier than its sister ‘Oroblanco’, ‘Melogold’ expresses more of its pummelo than grapefruit heritage.(13) These products include Thai hom mali rice from Buri Ram, salt eggs from Chaiya, ‘ pomelos ’ from Nakhon Chaisri and ‘mon thong’ durians from Chanthaburi.(14) Melogolds and Oroblancos are different hybrids from pummelo and grapefruit parents.(15) But for ARS horticulturalist Robert R. Krueger, the genus Citrus includes at least 16 species, with hundreds of distant relatives, including lesser-known, peelable oddities like pummelos , trifoliate oranges, and kumquats.(16) Thais are renowned for their ability to carve fruit; melons, mandarins, and pomelos , to name just a few, are carved in the shapes of intricate flowers, classic designs, or birds.
Related Phrases of pomelo
1. shaddock ::
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