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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?
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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
Translations of “peach”
in Korean 복숭아…
in Arabic خَوْخ…
in French (de) pêche, (couleur) pêche…
in Turkish şeftali…
in Italian pesca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水果, 桃(子)…
in Russian персик…
in Polish brzoskwinia…
in Spanish melocotón, color melocotón…
in Portuguese pêssego…
in German der Pfirsich, Pfirsich-…, die Pfirsichfarbe…
in Catalan préssec…
in Japanese 桃…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水果, 桃(子)…
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