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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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peachpeach1 /piːtʃ/ ●●● S3 noun  1 [countable]DFFHBP a round juicy fruit that has a soft yellow or red skin and a large hard seed in the centre, or the tree that this fruit grows on2 [uncountable]CC a pale pinkish-orange colour3 [singular] old-fashionedENJOY/LIKE DOING somethingNICE something or someone that you think is very good Anderton scored a peach of a goal. Jan’s a real peach.4 peaches and cream
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peachThen why not just eat a peach? we asked.Talking of laughter, last night's 3-3 draw at Old Trafford was a peach.Cantona's eventual finish, a delightful turn and shot to claim his first goal for United, was a peach.So he raced from dogwood to blossoming peach.Arrange grilled peaches on a platter and garnish with lime slices.Until now the only sure solution has been to grow peaches under glass, but help may be at hand.This little gem delivers irresistible flavors of peach, apples, honey, spices and even strawberry, by golly.Jan's a real peach.It has an all-pervading stench of goat and rotting peaches.a peach of aBut it seemed such a peach of a way out of trouble.
peachpeach2 adjective  pinkish-orange in colour peach curtains
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