Fruits and Vegetables (English to Spanish)

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acorn
bellota
apricot
damasco
berry
baya
blackberry
guinda
chicory
achicoria
cucumber
pepino
dragonfruit
pitahaya
eggplant
berenjena
grapefruit
pomelo
turnip
nabo
zucchini
calabacín
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Level 70
Sep 9, 2015
I finally figured it out: you're Argentine. Hence the words that I have to reach back into my memory for.
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Level 14
Sep 10, 2015
Hi, dasubergeek. No, I'm not Argentine. I looked at some of the words for the fruits and most mean the same thing and I appreciate your constructive criticism on what I'm doing incorrect. I checked some of the words and most mean the same thing, like the fruits, for example. There are other versions of Spanish, you know :)
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Level 70
Sep 9, 2015
For the Mexican Spanish versions: apricot = chabacano, avocado = aguacate, banana = banana, beans = frijoles (dry) or habas (fresh), blackberry = mora, blueberry = arándano azul, corn = maíz (general) or elote (corn on the cob), dragonfruit = pitaya, grapefruit = toronja, mushroom = hongo, olive = aceituna, pea = guisante, (bell) pepper = chile morrón, squash = calabaza, starfruit = carambola, strawberry = fresa, tomato = jitomate, zucchini = calabacita.