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.


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


  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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