Fruit vs Pescetarianism - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between fruit and pescetarianism
is that fruit
is (botany) the seed-bearing part of a plant, often edible, colourful/colorful and fragrant, produced from a floral ovary after fertilization while pescetarianism
is pescetarianism is a dietary choice in which a person, known as a pescetarian, eats any combination of vegetables, fruit, nuts, beans and fish or seafood, but will not eat mammals or birds some animal products like eggs and dairy may or may not be part of a pescetarian diet plan.
As a verb fruit
is to produce fruit.
(see for discussion of plural
(botany) The seed-bearing part of a plant, often edible, colourful/colorful and fragrant, produced from a floral ovary after fertilization.
Any sweet, edible part of a plant that resembles seed-bearing fruit, even if it does not develop from a floral ovary; also used in a technically imprecise sense for some sweet or sweetish vegetables, such as rhubarb, that resemble a true fruit or are used in cookery as if they were a fruit.
- While cucumber is technically a fruit , one would not usually use it to make jam.
An end result, effect, or consequence; advantageous or advantageous result.
- Fruit salad is a simple way of making fruits into a dessert.
- His long nights in the office eventually bore fruit when his business boomed and he was given a raise.
* Bible, Isaiah iii. 10
- the fruit of rashness
- They shall eat the fruit of their doings.
Offspring from a sexual union.
- The fruits of this education became visible.
- The litter was the fruit of the union between our whippet and their terrier.
(colloquial, derogatory, dated) A homosexual or effeminate man.
- King Edward's fruit , true heir to the English crown
* In the botanical and figurative senses, is usually treated as uncountable:
*: a bowl of fruit'''''; ''eat plenty of '''fruit'''''; ''the tree provides '''fruit .
* is also sometimes used as the plural in the botanical sense:
*: berries, achenes, and nuts are all fruits'''''; ''the '''fruits of this plant split into two parts.
* When is often used as a singulative.
* In senses other than the botanical or figurative ones derived from the botanical sense, the plural is fruits.
* The culinary sense often does not cover true fruits that are savoury or used chiefly in savoury foods, such as tomatoes and peas. These are normally described simply as vegetables.
* bear fruit
* fruit cocktail
* fruit of one's loins
* fruit of the union
* fruit salad
* fruit tree
* passion fruit
* Sharon fruit
* star fruit, starfruit
* stone fruit
* for a list of fruits
Pescetarianism is a dietary choice in which a person, known as a pescetarian, eats any combination of vegetables, fruit, nuts, beans and fish or seafood, but will not eat mammals or birds. Some animal products like eggs and dairy may or may not be part of a pescetarian diet plan.