[ US /ˈæɡwəˌkeɪt/ ]
  1. a pear-shaped tropical fruit with green or blackish skin and rich yellowish pulp enclosing a single large seed
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How To Use aguacate In A Sentence

  • The route from Atlixco south to Acatlán de Osorio is promoted by the Secretary of Tourism as the ruta del aguacate, the "avocado route. Culinary travel in the Mixteca Poblana: The avocado route
  • The word avocado comes from "aguacate" in Spanish, which in turn comes from the Nahuatl Mexican native language "ahuacatl", referring to a certain intimate part of the male anatomy. BBC News - Home
  • It comes from 'aguacate' (avocado) plus 'mole' (sauce). Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?
  • Combine el aguacate, la papaya, el camarón, el chile morrón y las semillas de girasol en un recipiente grande. Ensalada de Aguacate, Papaya y Camarón
  • The fruits peculiar to the torrid zone all grow in profusion and among them the native is fondest of the juicy mango, the guava, the aguacate or alligator pear, the anon or custard apple, the guanabana or soursop, the mamon or sweetsop, the mamey or marmalade fruit, the nispero or sapodilla and the tamarind. Santo Domingo A Country with a Future
  • You can tell the figs from the aguacates also by the bees, etc, that the former attract. Setas y Hongos
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