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Synonyms for carambola

East Indian tree bearing deeply ridged yellow-brown fruit

deeply ridged yellow-brown tropical fruit

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L'on cite le letchi, ou la carambole apercus jusqu'ici seulement dans des documentaires a la television.
By then we were full, but we decided to order one dessert, shared among the three of us for our daughter's sake--chocolate truffle cake accompanied by slices of carambole fruit.
48 What is the usual modern name of the sport once known as the "winning and losing carambole game"?
Another Pro Helvetia project has brought the Swiss contemporary dance duo Carambole to Tirana to help train students at the city's Academy of Arts.
Carom comes from the French carambole, the red ball in billiards, and means to strike and rebound.