Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In Colombia, the large, greenish, edible fruit of a tree, Matisia cordata, of the silk-cotton family, native of the Andes region and cultivated in Peru and Colombia.

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Examples

  • After all, it’s called a chupa-chupa, which means “sucky-sucky” in Spanish.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • After all, it’s called a chupa-chupa, which means “sucky-sucky” in Spanish.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • After all, it’s called a chupa-chupa, which means “sucky-sucky” in Spanish.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Depois de comidos os doces, o pau do gelado ou do chupa-chupa revelava uma forma de uma escova de dentes com o copy "Não te esqueças", mais o logo da Colgate.

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  • Depois de comidos os doces, o pau do gelado ou do chupa-chupa revelava uma forma de uma escova de dentes com o copy "Não te esqueças", mais o logo da Colgate.

    Colgate

  • “With some of these ultra-tropicals,” he says, handing me an orange chupa-chupa slice, “I think we can change the world.”

    The Fruit Hunters

  • The chupa-chupa is one of a dozen or so ultraexotics that Campbell is working on bringing closer to produce sections.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • “With some of these ultra-tropicals,” he says, handing me an orange chupa-chupa slice, “I think we can change the world.”

    The Fruit Hunters

  • The chupa-chupa is one of a dozen or so ultraexotics that Campbell is working on bringing closer to produce sections.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • “With some of these ultra-tropicals,” he says, handing me an orange chupa-chupa slice, “I think we can change the world.”

    The Fruit Hunters

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