Recent Examples of mango from the Web
That allows jerky, as well as fruits such as mangoes, apples and berries, to be dried efficiently.
Why did China’s 1968 National Day parade include a float made to look like an enormous bowl of mangoes?
The trailer centers on the real-life relationship that blossomed between the two, with Abdul going from servant to teacher while informing the Queen about everything from the Quran to the joys of Indian mangoes.
The blogger behind this recipe says the pico topping (made with mango and avocado) is the most magical thing she's has ever put on a burger.
Customers can add three toppings from a choice of more than 30 — including brownies, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, coconut flakes, mango, toasted marshmallows and lychee.
In their front yard, workmen sat underneath the mango trees, knocking fruit from the branches, or listening to the radio, but not running cable from Jim's office to the satellite dish.
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Origin and Etymology of mango
Portuguese manga, probably from Malayalam māṅṅa
First Known Use: 1582
MANGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mango for English Language Learners
: a juicy tropical fruit that has firm yellow and red skin and a hard seed at its center
MANGO Defined for Kids
Definition of mango for Students
: a tropical fruit with yellowish red skin and juicy mildly tart yellow flesh
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