from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an .
- n. An East Indian tree of the genus Mangifera (Mangifera Indica), related to the cashew and the sumac. It grows to a large size, and produces a large oval smooth-skinned fruit which is the mango of commerce. It is now cultivated in tropical America.
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- n. large evergreen tropical tree cultivated for its large oval fruit
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“Go talk to her,” said Gervais, his back still facing the mango tree.
The next day after school, I took three deep breaths and walked toward the mango tree.
Bustling to the garden, she spotted Bakul swinging her ankles from the second branch of the mango tree.
He cast an appreciative look at the garden as I was opening the gate and as soon as we entered, he darted to the corner and, hitching up his dhoti, shimmied up the mango tree.
Everyone was seated in rows on prayer rugs and mats under the shade of the mango tree.
When my sister V. visited me, she looked at it and suggested that I use a stick to relocate it to the mango tree.
He drank down what was left of his beer in a long draft, and then sat, absorbed, his eyes lost in the dense foliage of the mango tree.
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