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1(fruit)frambuesa femininebefore noun raspberry bush / cane — frambueso masculine
- Toss fresh raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and blueberries to make a fruit salad.
- Early in this century, black raspberries were just as popular as red raspberries.
- To serve, arrange the red fingerling bananas, blackberries, raspberries, dehydrated mangoes, and Brazil nuts on a large plate.
- Towards the end of July a friend and I went up to Inverness to pick raspberries.
- Strain into a shot glass or Martini glass and garnish with a fresh raspberry.
- I try to make it healthier by adding some raspberries.
- In the forest by her house we picked wild raspberries, and I got stung by nettles.
- In a food processor or blender, whirl 4 cups rinsed fresh or thawed frozen raspberries until smooth.
- Add the raspberries and peaches and poach for 5 minutes.
- So I put whole fresh raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries into the strawberry base.
- Other fruits available were wild blackberries, raspberries, peaches, plums, and melons.
- In a small saucepan, combine 1/2 cup frozen raspberries and 1 tablespoon maple syrup.
- Steve and his girlfriend Amy busied themselves with a cheesecake to prop up the just-picked blackberries and raspberries from the garden.
- "There, believe it or not, were several naked ladies picking raspberries.
- Stick a toothpick in the center of blackberries, strawberries, raspberries or sliced bananas.
- Fresh soft fruits such as raspberries may be incorporated in the mixture or served with it.
- Gently mix the blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and caster sugar and arrange in a buttered one-litre pie or gratin dish.
- Put frozen raspberries in small saucepan on stove with 3 tablespoons apple juice or water.
- On the fruit spectrum there are raspberries and cherries, and the flavors are open, not masked by harsh tannins.
- Still, we do still have fresh raspberries and strawberries in the garden.
2informal(sound)pedorreta feminine informalto blow a raspberry at sb — hacerle una trompetilla a algn Venezuela informal
- The lights went out on the board, and a sound reminiscent of a raspberry came from the computer's speakers.
- Chiaki blew a raspberry at him as she tried to get to shore as fast as she could.
- Hitomi continued to glare at Mer who blew a raspberry at her.
- She put her arm around me and blew a raspberry on my neck.
- David playfully blew a raspberry on my stomach.
- Frustrated, I blew a raspberry and flopped haphazardly on the couch to face him.
- Brandon bent down and blew a raspberry on her stomach, causing her to squeal.
- And it stuck its tongue out and blew a raspberry.
- He blew a long, loud raspberry, spraying Bob with spittle.
- Leo made the raspberry like sound at Helen's back and when she turned around to look at him, he was laying on Rose's lap purring.
- Gaffle stuck his tongue out at Pintom and blew a raspberry.
- Wind stuck his tongue out and blew a particularly loud raspberry in Dragons direction.
- And when I was about to follow her, someone, or someTHING, I never wanted to see again appeared and blew a raspberry right in my face.
- The distinct sound of raspberries came through the speaker and Mike could see the couple on the other end of the video link almost doubled over.
- He blew a raspberry on her neck and she just laughed.
- Kat raised her head momentarily and blew a pesky strand of hair out of her eyes, fluttering her lips so that a raspberry gently sounded.
- John looked at them with tired eyes and blew a raspberry.
- Wylie lifted her up and blew a raspberry on her stomach but stopped when he noticed Maddy watching him.
- Rhea blew a raspberry with her tongue and fiddled with the fabric she was lying on.
- When she reached the fence, she stuck her tongue out at the little kids and blew a raspberry.
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