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Yes, and a few further points:
Fruits are the final result that makes it possible for the plant or bush or tree to reproduce (through those seeds or pits).
The vegetables that we eat can be various parts of the plant - the leafy green top above ground (like spinach), the stalk itself (like celery), or part of the underground root (like carrots). Vegetables can reproduce in several ways - by tiny seeds (if you've ever tried to grow broccoli, and seen how quickly it goes to seed, you'll know what I mean), or , for example, by spreading underground tubers, as with potatoes.
Several foods that we often think of as 'vegetables' are really fruits - sweet peppers/paprika, tomatoes and avocados are fruits, technically speaking.
veggies are the plant or its roots fruits are the reproductive part of the plant so the have seeds
Fruits have seeds or a stone in them, while vegetables don't.
Fruits have seeds veggies don't.