apple - سیب
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to peel an apple

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apple pie / sauce

پای/ سس سیب

an apple tree

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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English


Apple trademark
1. a US computer company whose best-known products are the iPod and iPhone
2. a type of computer made by this company. These machines are regarded as being easy to use, and have a different operating system from PCs. They are usually called ‘Macs’.




apple S2 W3 /ˈæpəl/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: æppel]
1. [uncountable and countable] a hard round fruit that has red, light green, or yellow skin and is white inside:
apple pie
an apple tree
roast pork and apple sauce (=a thick sauce made from cooked apples) ⇒ cooking apple, eating apple
2. be the apple of sb’s eye to be loved very much by someone:
Ben was always the apple of his father’s eye.
3. bob/dunk/dip for apples to play a game in which you must use your teeth to pick up apples floating in water
4. be as American as apple pie used to describe something that is typically American
5. the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree American English used to say that children are usually similar to their parents, especially in a bad way
upset the apple cart at upset1(4), ⇒ a rotten apple at rotten1(7), ⇒ ADAM’S APPLE, Big Apple
• • •




juicy a juicy green apple
sweet This apple’s really sweet and delicious.
sour/tart (=not at all sweet) Some people prefer a slightly sour apple.
rotten (=bad, so that the skin goes brown) There were a few rotten apples lying on the ground.
an eating/dessert apple (=one which is sweet enough to eat) Use dessert apples for this recipe.
a cooking apple
a baked apple (=one that has been cooked in the oven)


eat an apple Some people say that you should eat an apple every day.
bite into an apple Sue bit into her apple with a loud crunch.
munch on an apple (=eat it) He was munching on an apple.
peel an apple (=remove the skin) Peel the apples and slice them finely.
core an apple (=remove the middle part containing the seeds) Core the apples and cut into quarters.

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition

apple / ˈæp.l̩ / noun [ C or U ]


A1 a round fruit with firm, white flesh and a green, red, or yellow skin:

to peel an apple

apple pie/sauce

an apple tree

© Cambridge University Press 2013

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


apple [apple apples]   [ˈæpl] [ˈæpl] noun 

a round fruit with shiny red or green skin and firm white flesh

• an apple pie 

• apple sauce 

• a garden with three apple trees 

see also  Adam's apple, Big Apple, cooking apple, crab apple, eating apple, toffee apple  

more at as American as apple pie at  American  adj., a rotten apple at  rotten

Idioms: apple doesn't fall falls far from the tree ▪ apple of somebody's eye ▪ apples and oranges 

Word Origin:

Old English æppel, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch appel and German Apfel. 

Example Bank:

• Add some sugar to the stewed apple— it's still a little tart. 

• He just sat there munching on an apple. 

• The apples were all bruised after being dropped on the floor. 



a) A nickname for New York City , usually “the Big Apple”.
b) A multimedia corporation () and record company () founded by the .




a) A common , round fruit produced by the tree Malus domestica, cultivated in temperate climates.
b) A tree growing such fruit, of the genus Malus; the apple tree .
See Also: malic