English to Xhosa Meaning of fruit - isithelo

Fruit :

isithelo, ngenxa, umphumela, isivuno, wokudla, umbona, izityalo zezityalo, nembali, kulithatha, umntwana, inzalo, imbewu, siyi-, ukusebenza, yibhatale yonke, Isiphumo salo, evelisa

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Definitions of fruit in English
Noun(1) the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant(2) an amount of a product(3) the consequence of some effort or action
Verb(1) cause to bear fruit(2) bear fruit
Examples of fruit in English
(1) If you plant the seed of a sweet fruit such as an orange, it will grow as an orange tree and produce oranges.(2) The food eaten may be oysters, fresh fruit or vegetables, water, ice, or bakery products.(3) Isn't it wonderful that the fruit of the earth tastes good to us, nourishes us.(4) Make a welcoming display in your hallway with bowls of fresh fruit , candles, sweets and wreaths.(5) the journal was the first fruit of the creative partnership(6) eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables(7) she couldn't bear not to see the fruit of her womb(8) Mary is blessed among women, and blessed is the fruit of her womb.(9) I've brought along the fruit of my loins(10) As the lemurs digest the fleshy fruit , the seed is passed through their system, normally away from the parent tree.(11) The abundance of pawpaw trees, whose fruit tastes like banana custard, amplifies the tropical effect.(12) the trees fruit very early(13) The tree will fruit only in a subtropical or tropical climate where there is a distinct dry season.(14) Your word assures me that you bless the fruit of my womb and that neither myself nor my husband shall be barren.(15) Include lots of green leafy vegetables and sweet juicy fruits .(16) Have you never experienced the fruits of my rewards?
Related Phrases of fruit
(1) fruit salad ::
isaladi yeminqatha
(2) passion fruit ::
isiqhamo somdla
(3) fruit juice ::
incindi yeziqhamo
(4) star fruit ::
inkwenkwezi yeziqhamo
(5) fresh fruit ::
(6) fruit punch ::
umthwalo iziqhamo
(7) citrus fruit ::
sohlobo iziqhamo
(8) fruit and vegetables ::
iziqhamo kunye nemifuno
(9) dried fruit ::
iziqhamo ezomisiweyo
(10) fruit tree ::
umthi wesiqhamo
1. reward ::
2. benefit ::
3. profit ::
4. product ::
5. return ::
6. yield ::
Yima kancinci
7. legacy ::
8. issue ::
9. result ::
10. outcome ::
11. upshot ::
Isiphumo salo
12. consequence ::
13. effect ::
1. antecedent ::
2. causation ::
3. cause ::
4. occasion ::
5. reason ::
Different Forms
fruit, fruited, fruitful, fruiting, fruitless, fruits, fruity
Word Example from TV Shows
Can you smell the fruit, ser?

Can you smell the FRUIT, ser?

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7

- Hang on. I could have the fruit platter.
- You want the fruit platter?

- Hang on. I could have the FRUIT platter. - You want the FRUIT platter?

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

your Fruit Loops
are getting soggy!

your Fruit Loops are getting soggy!

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 15

- Thank you.
- It's passion fruit. New on the menu.

- Thank you. - It's passion FRUIT. New on the menu.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

It had weaponized fruit and a puppet.
What more do you want?

It had weaponized FRUIT and a puppet. What more do you want?

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

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