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The vineyards lie on a granite mixture which gives the wines their wonderful fruity aromas of apricots and peaches. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Leave the stone in doughnut peaches. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This has wonderful, zesty fruit notes such as apple and peach. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Peaches half pink and fuzzy to touch. Times, Sunday Times (2015)An absolute peach and perfect winning goal. The Sun (2015)You should use ripe peaches for this salad. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Spoon into the tin and press the plums and peaches into the top. The Sun (2014)Serve with a blob of fromage frais and some slices of peach or pear. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It works so well with hot juicy peaches. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The peach trees going out of bloom. The Life and Adventures of William Cobbett (2005)The sweet flesh of peaches works beautifully with the smoky char. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The others followed but for one of a soft peach hue which she donned. THE WOLF AND THE DOVETry with very ripe peaches or sliced orange. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Round it off with peach and pear crumble and vanilla ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Eating a warm juicy peach in the garden is as good as being in the best restaurant in the world. The Sun (2011)And peaches and apricots and apples. A Plague of Angels (1993)Where orchards of apples and peaches once grew, orange concrete apartment blocks now stand. Times, Sunday Times (2010)No amount of suffering will stop a peach from growing '. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Which are best, white or yellow peaches? Times, Sunday Times (2009)They probably also savour the flavour of fresh peach, dress brightly and crave company. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They will either be red, pink or peach. The Sun (2013)It is the perfect mid-afternoon bottle to wash down a perfect peach. Times, Sunday Times (2012)These are the northerly cousins of the family that also includes peaches, apricots and almonds. Food Watch (1994)I'm more a peaches and plums sort of guy. The Sun (2009)There's a touch of peach and tropical fruit, and no oak to muddy the flavours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'peach'
British English: peach /piːtʃ/ NOUN
A peach is a soft, round, juicy fruit with sweet yellow flesh and pinky-yellow skin.
- American English: peach
- Arabic: خَوْخٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pêssego
- Chinese: 桃子
- Croatian: breskva
- Czech: broskev
- Danish: fersken
- Dutch: perzik
- European Spanish: melocotón
- Finnish: persikka
- French: pêche fruit
- German: Pfirsich
- Greek: ροδάκινο
- Italian: pesca frutta
- Japanese: モモ
- Korean: 복숭아
- Norwegian: fersken
- Polish: brzoskwinia
- European Portuguese: pêssego
- Romanian: piersică
- Russian: персик
- Spanish: melocotón
- Swedish: persika
- Thai: ลูกพีช
- Turkish: şeftali
- Ukrainian: персик
- Vietnamese: quả đào
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