- (British) a small light basket used as a measure for fruits
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[ Confer Ir. buinne
a shoot, branch.] A broad, shallow basket, for displaying fruit or flowers.
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A broad, shallow basket, for displaying fruit or flowers. ... Origin: Cf. Ir. Buinne a shoot, branch. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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a small light basket used as a measure for fruits
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• (n.) A broad, shallow basket, for displaying fruit or flowers.
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Punnet is the collective noun for a group of strawberries.
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A punnet is a small container for the gathering and sale of fruit and vegetables, typically small berries. The word is largely confined to Commonwealth countries and is of uncertain origin, but is thought to be a diminutive of `pun`, a British dialect word for pound, from the days in which such containers were used as a unit of measurement. Punn..
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small shallow fruit basket
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