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British pronunciation/ɹˈe‍ɪzən/
American pronunciation/ˈɹeɪzɪn/

a grape that is dried, used in making cakes, cookies, etc.

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raisin definition and meaning

What is "raisin"?

Raisin refers to dried grapes that have a sweet and chewy texture. They are often used as a natural sweetener in various dishes, such as baked goods, trail mixes, and oatmeal. Raisins are packed with natural sugars, fiber, and antioxidants, making them a nutritious and convenient snack option. Their concentrated sweetness and rich flavor can enhance the taste of both sweet and savory recipes, adding depth and complexity. Raisins are enjoyed worldwide and are a popular ingredient in many cuisines, providing a delightful burst of sweetness and a satisfying chewiness to a wide range of culinary creations.

1The cinnamon raisin bagel is my go-to choice for a tasty breakfast.
2Grandma's oatmeal cookies are the best, especially with plump raisins baked into them.
3Grapes, raisins are toxic to dogs.
4That cake had raisins in it?
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