mandarin orange definition

  • noun:
    • A small spiny evergreen tree (Citrus reticulata) native to southeast Asia, having sweet edible good fresh fruit.
    • the little, loose-skinned, orange-yellow to deep orange-red fresh fruit of this tree.
    • a little citrus tree (Citrus reticulata) with fresh fruit resembling the orange.
    • The fruit with this tree, smaller than an orange and oblate. In daily use, it would likely integrate various other comparable citric fruits like Citrus unshiu (satsuma or mikan) and Citrus tangerina (tangerine).
    • A shrub or small tree (Citrus reticulata) having flattened globose fruit with extremely sweet fragrant pulp and thin yellow-orange to flame-orange skin that is free and easily eliminated; indigenous to Southeast Asia.
    • Same as mandarin{7}.
    • See Mandarin.
    • a somewhat flat reddish-orange loose skinned citrus of Asia
    • shrub or little tree having flattened globose fresh fruit with really nice fragrant pulp and slim yellow-orange to flame-orange rind this is certainly loose and simply eliminated; indigenous to southeastern Asia

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