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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Food, dish, Colours
apricota‧pri‧cot /ˈeɪprəkɒt $ ˈæprəkɑːt/ noun  1 [countable]HBPDFF a small round fruit that is orange or yellow and has a single large seed2 [uncountable]CCCC the orange-yellow colour of an apricotapricot adjective
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apricotLike the salad with macadamia nuts and sliced dried apricots.Her apricot corduroy skirt and sweater are simple and worn.The 25 varieties include: apricot, strawberry, orange extra marmalade and four berry fruits.The platters are filled with raspberry meringues, apricot turnovers, dark red cherries.Peel, core and finely chop the apricots and mix well with the cheese mixture.Heat the apricot jam gently and brush over the cake.Brush the whole cake with apricot glaze, then roll out the remaining marzipan to a large circle to cover.
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