- 1 1.1 (fruit) durazno (masculine), melocotón (masculine) (Spain/España) (before noun/delante del nombre) a peaches and cream complexion un cutis de sedaMore example sentences1.2peach (tree) duraznero (masculine) or (Spain/España) melocotonero (masculine) 1.3 (color) color (masculine) durazno or (Spain/España) melocotón; (before noun/delante del nombre) [dress/sweater] color durazno or (Spain/España) melocotón (invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable)
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- They are based on many different kinds of summer fruit, particularly stone fruits such as peaches and plums; and pears, apples, and quinces.
- Popular fillings include stone fruits, like peaches and plums.
- To skin the peaches, dunk them in simmering water for 10 seconds, remove and peel under cold running water.
- The blend of colours like peach, red and pink makes them look almost real at a first glance.
- She got the same shades as I did last year, a browny colour and peach.
- The key colours are bright coral, various shades of purple, peach and green.
- 2 (sb, sth pleasing) [colloquial/familiar] [dated/anticuado] she's a peach of a girl! es un encanto a peach of a goal un gol de antologíaMore example sentences
- This is a peach of a site that deserves the application of real genius, not dull commercialism.
- But for his sheer industry, his perseverance and a peach of a goal - at a crucial time - Garrymore's star corner-forward gets the nod.
- And when given the whole 90 minutes against the Germans, he scored one - a peach of a free-kick - and set up the other for Baros.
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In Spain, pinchos are small portions of food, often on a cocktail stick, eaten in a bar or cafe. Often free, they are similar to