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peach

noun uk   /piːtʃ/ us  

peach noun (FRUIT)

B1 [C or U] a round fruit with sweet yellow flesh that has a lot of juice, a slightly furry red and yellow skin, and a large seed in its centre: Would you like peaches and cream for dessert?

peach noun (EXCELLENT)

[S] informal someone or something that is excellent or very pleasing

peach noun (COLOUR)

[U] a pale colour between pink and orange

peach

adjective uk   /piːtʃ/ us  
having a pale colour between pink and orange
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