Croatian 101: Fruit translation cheat sheet
One of the easiest places to start when learning a new language is food.
We’ve created a handy cheat sheet for voće (fruit) with both the English and Croatian translations. If there is a difference in the Dalmatian dialect, we’ve included that too.
Take this cheat sheet on your next visit to the market and learn Croatian with us. If you need a vegetable translation cheat sheet, jump over to this post.
Fruit Croatian translation cheat sheet
There are some fruits for which we could not find a pretty icon. That didn’t seem like enough of a reason to leave them out, so we’ve listed their translations below:
- aronia/chokeberries – aronija
- blood orange – crvena naranča
- currant – ribiz, ribizl
- nectarine – nektarina
If you want more ways to learn Croatian, check out our language posts here.
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- Holiday words and phrases
- How to ask how someone is doing
- How to use veze and express connection in Croatian
- Immigration words and phrases
- Sledding and winter vocabulary
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