Cucumber (noun)

  1. A long, cylindrical fruit with a green skin, white flesh, and watery juice, usually eaten raw in salads.
  2. A person who is not alert or aware of their surroundings.

Origin:

Origin: late middle english: from old french cocombre, from latin cucumis, cucumer-.

Examples:

  1. She sliced up a cucumber for the salad.
  2. The cucumber was fresh and crisp.
  3. He wandered through the crowded market like a cucumber.
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