pears (plural noun)
  1. a sweet yellowish- or brownish-green edible fruit that is typically narrow at the stalk and wider towards the base, with sweet, slightly gritty flesh.
  2. the Eurasian tree which bears the pear.
Old English pere, peru, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch peer, from Latin pirum.
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How to use pear in a sentence?
neighbours rode loads of prickly pear to feed their animals.
spineless forms of prickly pear have been selected.
Stilton and pear toasts.
How to say pear in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans peer
Arabic (NOUN)الكمثرى, اجاص
Bangla নাশপাতি
Bosnian (Latin) kruška
Bulgarian (NOUN)круша
(VERB)крушови, круши
Cantonese (Traditional)
Catalan (NOUN)pera
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Croatian (VERB)kruška
Czech (NOUN)hruška
Danish (VERB)pære, pærer
Dutch (VERB)peer
Estonian (NOUN)pirni
Filipino peras
Finnish (NOUN)päärynä
French (NOUN)poire
German (NOUN)Birne
Greek (NOUN)αχλάδι
Hebrew (VERB)אגס
Hindi (NOUN)नाशपाती
Hmong Daw txiv moj coos
Hungarian (NOUN)körte
Icelandic (VERB)pera
Indonesian (VERB)pir
Italian (NOUN)pera, pere, pero
Japanese (NOUN)梨, ナシ, 洋梨
Klingon per naHmey
Korean (NOUN)배나무, 배
Latvian (NOUN)bumbieru
Lithuanian (NOUN)kriaušių
Malay (Latin) PIR
Maltese lanġasa
Norwegian Bokmål pære
Persian (NOUN)گلابی
Polish (VERB)gruszka
Portuguese (NOUN)pêra, pêras
Querétaro Otomi pera
Romanian (VERB)pere
Russian (NOUN)груша, пэр
Samoan lofia
Serbian (Cyrillic) Крушка
Serbian (Latin) Kruška
Slovak (NOUN)hruška
Slovenian (NOUN)hruška
Spanish (VERB)pera, Perales
Swedish (NOUN)päron
Tamil பேரிக்காய்
Telugu జీడిమామిడి
Thai ลูกแพร์
Tongan ia
Turkish (NOUN)armut, armudu
Ukrainian (NOUN)груша, груші, грушевий
Urdu ناشپاتیاں
Vietnamese (VERB)
Welsh (VERB)gellyg
Yucatec Maya pera
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