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    kathrine Guest

    Smile "waldfrüchte"

    what does waldfrüchte oder waldfrucht mean in english? i had a look at several english-german dictionaries but wasn't able to find it. icecreams, for example, are often called like this. it's a blend of several berries like strawberries, raspberries, black berries and blueberries.
    thank you very much for your help!
    kathrine

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    I'd just say 'mixed berries'.

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    What about forest fruit? (e.g. forest fruit tea)

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    Default Re: "waldfrüchte"

    Good idea, though I'd use the plural for the berries, unlike the tea.

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