Definition of 'apricot'
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Cover the surface of the cake with the melted apricot jam. The Sun (2016)The vineyards lie on a granite mixture which gives the wines their wonderful fruity aromas of apricots and peaches. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The apricot jam helps the icing to stick to the cake, and is delicious, too. The Sun (2016)Place the stoned apricot halves, cut side up, in a small roasting tin and sprinkle over the brandy and sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use a soft pink or apricot blush to warm up your complexion instead. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My dessert brings back childhood memories because my papa had so many apricot trees on our farm. The Sun (2014)Serve with a tablespoon of chopped dried fruit such as apricots or dried apple. The Sun (2013)Serve with a sprinkling or raisins or chopped dried apricots. The Sun (2011)Stick the pieces together with the apricot jam. The Sun (2012) Soft apricot blooms fade to cream as the outer petals reflex. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Chop the apricots into small pieces the size of raisins. The Sun (2015)Remove from the heat and add the butter and apricot jam and stir well. The Sun (2015)Add some chopped dried apricots or chopped fresh apple. The Sun (2010)Gently heat the apricot jam in a small saucepan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And peaches and apricots and apples. A Plague of Angels (1993)After them, you threw in slices of dried apple and apricot. Somewhere East of Life (1994)These are the northerly cousins of the family that also includes peaches, apricots and almonds. Food Watch (1994)The bottle suffers from a bit of Champagne envy but the contents taste like peaches and apricots. The Sun (2015)Relax with this tasty wine featuring notes of apricots, white peaches and citrus. The Sun (2014)Turkey was too easy for her, eating apricots off trees and using her saddle as a pillow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A medium sweet wine with apple and apricot notes and refreshing acidity. Times, Sunday Times (2010)WHEN is the best time to prune my apricot tree? The Sun (2013)Best drunk as young as possible with lots of delicious apple, pear and dried apricot fruit to the fore. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Quarter and stone the apricots. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Add lengthways quartered, stoned apricots. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A fresh and lively white, with aromas of citrus and apricot fruits. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These mushrooms are regarded as the best in the world, owing to their apricot aroma, soft texture and taste. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fruit growers are expecting what could be a record crop for plums, apricots, apples and pears after ideal weather conditions throughout the year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Turn the heat very low, cover and leave to simmer gently for 30 min until the apricots are very soft and most of the juice absorbed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'apricot'
British English: apricot /ˈeɪprɪˌkɒt/ NOUN
An apricot is a small, soft, round fruit with yellow-orange flesh and a stone inside.
- American English: apricot
- Arabic: مِشْمِش
- Brazilian Portuguese: damasco
- Chinese: 杏子
- Croatian: marelica
- Czech: meruňka
- Danish: abrikos
- Dutch: abrikoos
- European Spanish: albaricoque
- Finnish: aprikoosi
- French: abricot
- German: Aprikose
- Greek: βερίκοκο
- Italian: albicocca
- Japanese: アプリコット
- Korean: 살구
- Norwegian: aprikos
- Polish: morela
- European Portuguese: damasco
- Romanian: caisă
- Russian: абрикос
- Spanish: albaricoque
- Swedish: aprikos
- Thai: ลูกแอปริคอท
- Turkish: kayısı
- Ukrainian: абрикоса
- Vietnamese: quả mơ
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