Noun(1) large evergreen tropical tree cultivated for its large oval fruit(2) large oval tropical fruit having smooth skin, juicy aromatic pulp, and a large hairy seed
(1) I picked up some fruits on my way home, so I now have at my disposal apricots, peaches, nectarines, lychee fruit, a mango , and assorted berries.(2) The ripe mango is golden yellow in colour and it did look appealing on a silk sari.(3) A fresh mango will give slightly to the touch, but stay away from very soft or bruised fruit.(4) Known as the queen of tropical fruits, the mango is probably the best loved tropical fruit worldwide.(5) To serve, arrange the red fingerling bananas, blackberries, raspberries, dehydrated mangoes , and Brazil nuts on a large plate.(6) I grabbed a mango tree when the tidal wave tried to sweep me away.(7) Fruits markets are depending on fruits like pineapple and mangoes supplied locally and there has been a complete shortage of grapes, oranges and apples.(8) On August 29 I trimmed the upper branches of a mango tree in my backyard.(9) A few men were having their afternoon siesta under the mango tree .(10) Do you know of any properties or smallholdings, anywhere, with groves of mango trees for sale?(11) Pickled vegetables and fruits like lemons or mangoes are popular accompaniments to meals.(12) He rose, said farewell to the mango tree and the pleasure garden.(13) Last year we featured a gardener who was enjoying summer fruit from a mango tree in his garden.(14) One sunny afternoon, Agueda took a stroll down her backyard, and noticed a familiar young man sitting under a mango tree .(15) She was kneeling under our mango tree drying out some wheat.(16) I chop up whatever fruits and vegetables I have available and make a delicious salad including my favourite garbanzo beans and mangoes .