Cashew (noun)

  1. A tropical tree (Anacardium occidentale) that produces a kidney-shaped nut and a sweet, juicy fruit.
  2. The nut of this tree, which is often roasted and salted and used as a snack food or ingredient in cooking.

Origin:

From portuguese caju, from tupi ka"i"u.

Examples:

  1. The cashew tree is native to Brazil and is now grown in many tropical countries.
  2. The cashews were roasted and salted to make a delicious snack.
  3. The chef used cashews to make a creamy sauce for the pasta.
  4. The cashew fruit is also used to make juice and wine.
  5. Cashews are a good source of protein, healthy fats, and minerals.
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