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peach

noun [C]  /pitʃ/ us  

peach noun [C] (FRUIT)

a round fruit with sweet, juicy, yellow flesh, soft red and yellow skin, and a large seed in its center

peach

adjective, noun [U]  /pitʃ/ us  

peach adjective, noun [U] (COLOR)

(of) a pink-orange color: a set of peach towels
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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