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Fruit is a genital organ that is derived from a part of the tissue of an angiotaceous plant (also called a flower plant), usually after pollination, with the fertilized ovary as the main body, which contains seeds. Plants spread the seeds by fruit. Many of which are edible, human or animal consumption of fruit after the move, contribute to the spread of seeds, and fruit can provide human or animal nutrition, there is a symbiotic relationship between the two, and the fruit is also the source of many human and food one. The world's agricultural products, the fruit accounted for a large part of them. Fruits are fruits that can be raw, juicy, sour or sweet, like apples, orange, grapes, bananas and lemons. But in the definition of botany, there are some fruits that are not fruit, such as beans, corn kernels, wheat and wheat. ... 果實，是被子植物（也称显花植物）花的部份組織衍生成的生殖器官，通常在开花授粉之后，以受精的子房为主体而形成，其中包含有种子。植物藉由果實來傳播種子。其中有許多是可以食用的，人類或動物食用果實後移動，有助於种子传播，而果實可以提供人類或動物營養，兩者之間有共生關係，而果實也是人類及許多動物的食物來源之一。世界上的農業產品中，果實佔了其中很大的一部份。 水果是指可以生食，多汁液，有酸味或甜味的果實，像蘋果、橙、葡萄、香蕉及檸檬等。但在植物學的定義上，也有一些不被視水果的果實，例如豆子、玉米粒、小麥的麥穗及番茄。...
The translations of 水果 from Chinese to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «水果» in Chinese.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «水果» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «水果» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «水果» appears in digitalised printed sources in Chinese between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the Chinese literature, quotes and news about 水果
10 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «水果»
Discover the use of 水果 in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to 水果 and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Chinese literature.