Translation of apricot in Spanish:

apricot

Pronunciation: /ˈæprəkɑːt; ˈeɪprɪkɒt/

n

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (fruit) albaricoque (masculine) or (Mexico/México) chabacano (masculine) or (South America/América del Sur) damasco (masculine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [jam/brandy] de albaricoque or (Mexico/México) de chabacano or (South America/América del Sur) de damasco apricot tree albaricoquero (masculine) or (Mexico/México) chabacano (masculine) or (South America/América del Sur) damasco (masculine)
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    • According to an EU ruling, marmalade can contain only citrus fruit, not apricots or other soft fruit.
    • They're generally very fruity, and can have the subtle tastes of apples, peaches, apricots and melons.
    • Unsprayed rose petals can be used to decorate desserts or cakes, or incorporated with peaches and apricots into fragrant jams.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (color) (color) crema (masculine) asalmonado
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    • With skin tone colors of apricot, tan, sepia, mahogany, salmon, raw sienna, and burnt sienna, white was used primarily to alter shades and create a layered tint.
    • It can be woven into a carpet using its many colours - white, lavender, mauve, indigo, apricot and pink - or a single colour may be selected to contrast or complement alyssum, dianthus and lobelia.
    • Modern hybrids come in every colour from white and apricot to deep plum.

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