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Quandang

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Noun

1. eucarya acuminata, fusanus acuminatus, quandang, quandong, quandong tree

Australian tree with edible flesh and edible nutlike seed

2. native peach, quandang, quandong, quantong

red Australian fruit; used for dessert or in jam

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Quandang

see synonyms of quandang
noun
1. Also called: native peach
a. 
a small Australian santalaceous tree, Eucarya acuminata (or Fusanus acuminatus)
b. 
the edible fruit or nut of this tree, used in preserves
2.  silver quandong
3. Australian informal
a person who takes advantage of other people's generosity

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Quandang

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noun
1. 
a small Australian tree (Eucarya acuminata) of the sandalwood family, whose edible fruit has a single stone containing an edible kernel
2. 
this fruit or stone

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Quandang

see synonyms of quandang
n.
1. An Australian shrub or small tree (Santalum acuminatum) that is hemiparasitic on the roots of other plants and bears edible red fruit.
2. An Australian tree (Elaeocarpus angustifolius) having glossy leaves, greenish-white flowers, and shiny bright blue fruit.

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