peach

  1. cultivated in temperate regions
  2. a very attractive or seductive looking woman
  3. downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh
  4. a shade of pink tinged with yellow

Peach

The peach (Prunus persica) is a deciduous tree, native to Northwest China, in the region between the Tarim Basin and the north slopes of the Kunlun Shan mountains, where it was first domesticated and cultivated. It bears an edible juicy fruit also called a peach. The species name persica refers to its widespread cultivation in Persia, whence it wa...
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Peach

(Prunus) Prunus is the botanical name for a large group of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. These popular plants are greatly valued for their delicious, edible fruits, gorgeous spring blossoms and some, for their colorful foliage; some varieties are grown for decoration alone, since all do not produce edible fruits. Numerous varieties have...
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peach

(species Prunus persica), fruit tree of the rose family (Rosaceae), grown throughout the warmer temperate regions of both the Northern and Southern ... [2 related articles]
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peach

[n] - cultivated in temperate regions 2. [n] - downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh
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Peach

• (v. t.) To accuse of crime; to inform against. • (n.) A well-known high-flavored juicy fruit, containing one or two seeds in a hard almond-like endocarp or stone; also, the tree which bears it (Prunus, / Amygdalus Persica). In the wild stock the fruit is hard and inedible. • (v. i.) To turn informer; to betray one`s accomplice.Peac...
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peach

<botany> A well-known high-flavored juicy fruit, containing one or two seeds in a hard almond-like endocarp or stone; also, the tree which bears it (Prunus, or Amygdalus Persica). In the wild stock the fruit is hard and inedible. Guinea, or Sierra Leone, peach, the large edible berry of the Sarcocephalus esculentus, a rubiaceous climbing shru...
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peach

noun downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh
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Peach

[airline] Peach Aviation (ピーチ・アビエーション, Peach Aviation 株式会社 Peach Aviation Kabushiki Gaisha, operating under the brand name Peach) is a low-cost airline based in Japan. Its head office is on the fifth floor of Kensetsu-tō on the property of Kansai International Airport in Izumisano, Osaka Prefecture. ==History=...
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Peach

[color] Peach is a color that is named for the pale color of the exterior flesh of the peach fruit. Like the color apricot, the color called peach is paler than most actual peach fruits and seems to have been formulated (like the color apricot) primarily to create a pastel palette of colors for interior design. Peach can also be described a...
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Peach

Peach intransitive verb To turn informer; to betray one's accomplice. [ Obsolete or Colloq.] « If I be ta'en, I'll peach for this.» Shak.
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Peach

Peach noun [ Middle English peche , peshe , Old French pesche , French pêche , from Late Latin persia , Latin Persicum (sc. malum ) a Persian apple, a peach. Confer Persian , and Parsee .] (Botany) A well-known high-flavored ju...
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Peach

Peach transitive verb [ See Appeach , Impeach .] To accuse of crime; to inform against. [ Obsolete] Foxe.
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Peach

a delivery bowled by a fast bowler described as unplayable, usually a really good delivery that a batsman gets out to.
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Peach

a delivery bowled by a fast bowler described as unplayable, usually a really good delivery that a batsman gets out to, or one that is too good that the batsmen cannot even edge.
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Peach

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peach

Inform on or give accusatory information against an accomplice or associate.
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Peach

Peach is slang for attractive.
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peach

peach, fruit tree (Prunus persica) of the family Rosaceae (rose family) having decorative pink blossoms and a juicy, sweet drupe fruit. The peach appears to have originated in China, where it was mentioned in literature several centuries before Christ. It was introduced into Persia before Christian ...
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PEACH

Procedure for Electronic Application for Certificates -Created to help businesses comply with the requirement for pre-notification of horticultural consignments being imported into the European Community (EC) and which fall under the EC Marketing Standards.
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Peach

The peach is a tree of the family Rosaceae.
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Peach

This fruit is third in importance in the U.S. (behind apples and second-place oranges). There are two general classifications: Freestone, in which the pit falls freely away from the flesh, and Clingstone, in which it does not.
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Peach

This fruit is third in importance in the U.S. (behind apples and second-place oranges). There are two general classifications: Freestone, in which the pit falls freely away from the flesh, and Clingstone, in which it does not.
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peach

Yellow-reddish round edible fruit of the peach tree, which is cultivated for its fruit in temperate regions and has oval leaves and small, usually pink, flowers. The fruits have thick velvety skins; nectarines are a smooth-skinned variety. (Prunus persica, family Rosaceae.)
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