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currant [ˈkʌrənt] noun
currant / currants
die Johannisbeere f
“Granny, what kind of berries are these?” “Black currants.” “But why they are red?” “Because they are green.”
„Omi, was für Beeren sind das?“ - „Schwarze Johannisbeeren.“ - „Aber warum sind sie rot?“ - „Weil sie grün sind.“
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  1. black currant - schwarze Johannisbeere
  2. currant loaf - Rosinenbrot
  3. red currant - rote Johannisbeere
  4. currant bread - Rosinenbrot

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