[ UK /ɹˈæmbjuːtən/ ]
  1. Malayan tree bearing spiny red fruit
  2. pleasantly acid bright red oval Malayan fruit covered with soft spines
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How To Use rambutan In A Sentence

  • The Thai fruits which are most popular include durians, mangosteens, rambutans, and longans.
  • 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 flavours range from common fruits like banana, strawberry and peach, to more exotic fruits like lychee, guava, rambutan and jackfruit.
  • Longans taste a bit muskier than lychees or rambutan, but that's the only flavor difference between the 3 worth noting. Tropical Fruit Reviews
  • Kebayoran Baru was just a large plantation mostly with rambutan and durian trees, just like other suburbs here.
  • Saplings of nutmeg, clove, rambutan, mangosteen, breadfruit and vanilla are also there.
  • This turned out to be a Chocolate Fondue with bananas, rambutans, longans and pineapple in separate containers alongside.
  • But I personally prefer mangosteen or rambutan, though. The right attitude to eat durian
  • A guide told us that the night before our visit, 300 rambutan trees went from fruit-laden to bald.
  • A block from Honolulu Harbor, a wide pedestrian lane called Kekaulike runs between two rows of old brick buildings, lined with palm trees and cardboard boxes piled high with fragrant papayas, apple bananas, pineapples, and spiky, ruby-colored rambutan. American Chinatown
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