Translation of mango in Spanish:


mango, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmæŋɡoʊ//ˈmaŋɡəʊ/

nounPlural mangoes, Plural mangos

  • 1

    mango masculine
    • To serve, arrange the red fingerling bananas, blackberries, raspberries, dehydrated mangoes, and Brazil nuts on a large plate.
    • Coffee, cotton, peanuts, mangoes, citrus fruits, and sugarcane are other important crops.
    • Known as the queen of tropical fruits, the mango is probably the best loved tropical fruit worldwide.
    • 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.
    • Now, those industries have gone and globalisation means that we can buy sun-drenched pineapples, mangoes and passion fruit in the middle of winter.
    • You can use almost any fruit you like, but ripe mangoes, apricots and peaches all work particularly well.
    • Fruits markets are depending on fruits like pineapple and mangoes supplied locally and there has been a complete shortage of grapes, oranges and apples.
    • When ripe mangoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, Beta-Carotene and other related Carotenoids.
    • On the other hand, green mangos are popular in many dishes from India, Thailand, and Malaysia.
    • Among the island's abundant fruits are bananas, mangos, breadfruit, guavas, plumrose, coconuts, passion fruits, and pineapples.
    • For instance, large number of watermelons, mangoes and other summer fruits began appearing on handcarts in residential colonies and markets.
    • A fresh mango will give slightly to the touch, but stay away from very soft or bruised fruit.
    • Export of mangoes had been restricted earlier by the United States because of pest-risk.
    • The ripe mango is golden yellow in colour and it did look appealing on a silk sari.
    • The most commonly eaten fruits are mangoes, bananas, grapefruit, papayas, and oranges.
    • I chop up whatever fruits and vegetables I have available and make a delicious salad including my favourite garbanzo beans and mangoes.
    • Pickled vegetables and fruits like lemons or mangoes are popular accompaniments to meals.
    • In many parts of the world mangoes aren't exported much, because the locals eat them all.
    • Ripe mangoes are eaten for dessert while pickles and chutney are prepared from unripe fruit.
    • Unlike mangoes and other tropical fruits, a diverse community of fig trees provides food year - round.
  • 2also mango tree

    mango masculine