green pepper

noun
the mild-flavored, unripe fruit of the bell or sweet pepper, Capsicum annuum grossum, used as a green vegetable.

Origin:
1690–1700

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green pepper
 
n
1.  the green unripe fruit of the sweet pepper, eaten raw or cooked
2.  the unripe fruit of various other pepper plants, eaten as a green vegetable

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The problem occurred in a batch that had been mixed with small pieces of green
  pepper.
The garnish is made with thin sliced green pepper, in a heart shape.
Top with remaining onion, green pepper, reserved whole beans and cheese.
Their taste is typically described as a cross between green pepper and okra.
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