Translation of custard apple in Spanish:

custard apple

chirimoya, n.

noun

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    chirimoya feminine
    • Why did New Zealand accept a variation to the Australian New Zealand Food Standard code that will allow irradiated mango, papaya, mangosteen, litchi, breadfruit, carambola, custard apple and rambutan to be imported into New Zealand?
    • The fruit is generally regarded as having the best claim to the name custard apple, and this name would have priority if it were not applied in a confusing way to several other species.
    • There are pyramids of sweet-smelling guavas, papayas, watermelons, pineapples, custard apples, lemons, limes and avocados.
    • For fruit fanciers, there were two new varieties, a ‘compact canopy, cluster bearing’ sapota, suitable for dry flakes production, and a drought-tolerant custard apple.
    • Also known as custard apples, white sapotes have a superthin skin, greenish yellow to yellow.
    • The racks on the footpath, even now, display almost all fruits, from pear to custard apple to grapes.
    • Vaidya explains how jackfruit and cashews used to flourish, along with jungle fruits like custard apples.