Noun(1) hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable
(1) The lower gods can either assist people or bring misfortune to them.(2) Monsoons and typhoons, over-riding normal conditions, bring periods of heavy rain.(3) This half-day guided tour will bring them right onto the golden sand dunes of Arabia in four-wheel drives.(4) I asked him to bring water(5) he tried to bring the fox nearer to him(6) Big Tech traditionally hasn't been a leader in the drive to bring accountability to health care.(7) Will the next generation of leadership bring peace to the volatile situation?(8) the talks should bring an end to the strike(9) Prospective parents can travel to India or arrange for an escort to bring their adopted child home.(10) exports bring millions into the state's coffers(11) If either one of you needs more assistance, bring your hands behind you and interlock fingers with her.(12) This summer is shaping up to bring record amounts of money in ticket sales.(13) To have your condition labelled as a disease may bring considerable benefit.(14) to bring sb to court(15) bring yourself and your friends to the party(16) Thinkers have developed the diagram to bring the structure of these problems into view.
1. aubergine ::
2. eggplant ::
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