listen to the pronunciation of peach
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} şeftali

İstediğin kadar çok şeftali al. - Take as many peaches as you like.

Süpermarkete şeftaliler için değil çikolata için gidiyorum. - I am not going to the supermarket for peaches, but for chocolate.

{i} çok güzel kız
{f} ihbar etmek
{i} fıstık gibi şey
{f} gammazlamak
özellikle güzel kadın
çok güzel şey veya kimse
peach blossom şeftali baharı
(Gıda) şeftali kompostosu
peach blow açık pembe porselen cilâsı
ihbar etme
açık pembe renk
şeftali rengi
Prunus persica
peach tree şeftali ağacı
şeftali ağacı

Şeftali ağacı çiçek açtığı zaman çok güzeldir. - The peach tree is beautiful when in flower.

Bahçeme bir şeftali ağacı diktim. - I planted a peach tree in my garden.

peach nectar
(Gıda) şeftali nektarı
peach compote
(Gıda) şeftali kompostosu
peach fuzz
ayva tüyü
peach fuzz
şeftali tüyü
peach jam
(Gıda) şeftali reçeli
peach juice
(Gıda) şeftali suyu
peach on
(Dilbilim) gammazlamak
peach tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) şeftali
peach sauce
şeftali sosu
peach brandy
şeftali brendi
peach Melba
peach against
ele vermek
peach against
ihbar etmek
peach blossom
şeftali baharı
peach flambe
(Gıda) alevlendirilmiş şeftali
peach fuzz
ayva tüyü, insan vücudundaki ince sarı tüyler
peach fuzz
şeftalinin üstündeki tüyler
peach marmalade
(Gıda) şeftali marmeladı
peach on
ele vermek
peach on
ihbar etmek
peach tree
şeftali ağacı
stewed peach compote
(Gıda) şeftali kompostosu
a peach
Bir şeftali
be peach
dilly peach
stewed peach peaches
demlenmiş şeftali şeftali
a kind of peach
a peach of a girl
fıstık gibi kız
a peach of a girl
çok güzel kız
dried peach
(Gıda) kurutulmuş şeftali
Englisch - Englisch
A native or resident of the American state of Georgia
To inform on someone; turn informer

Do you think we want to peach? No, thank you. We may be none too good, but we won't hang a guy up, no matter who he is. .

To inform against
Of the color peach
A particularly admirable or pleasing person or thing
Particularly pleasing or agreeable
The large, edible berry of the Sarcocephalus esculentus, a rubiaceous climbing shrub of west tropical Africa
A small Chinese tree (Prunus persica), widely cultivated throughout temperate regions, having pink flowers and edible fruit
A light moderate to strong yellowish pink to light orange color

peach colour:.

​The soft juicy fruit of the peach tree, having yellow flesh, downy, red-tinted yellow skin, and a deeply sculptured pit or stone containing a single seed
{v} see impeach, not used
{n} a delicious stone fruit of great variety
Something that is peach is pale pinky-orange in colour. a peach silk blouse. To inform against: "He has peached me and all the others, to save his life" (Daniel Defoe). pinkish-orange in colour. Small to medium-sized fruit tree (Prunus persica) of the rose family, grown throughout the warmer temperate regions of both hemispheres, and the fruit it produces. It probably originated in China and spread westward. Peach trees are intolerant of severe cold but require winter chilling to induce spring growth. The long, pointed leaves are glossy green and lance-shaped. Pink or white flowers grow singly or clustered. The fleshy, juicy exterior of the fruit is edible; the hard interior is called the stone or pit. In freestone types, stones separate easily from ripe flesh; in clingstone types, the flesh adheres firmly to the stone. Thousands of varieties have been developed. Peach skin is downy or fuzzy; smooth-skinned peaches are nectarines. Peaches are widely eaten fresh and are baked in desserts. Canned peaches are a staple commodity in many regions. Related plants include almond, plum, and cherry
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
(Prunus Persica) The subacid juicy drupaceous fruit of the various varieties of the genus A peach ordered by Johnson-the Newington peach-was considered a popular tree for making peach brandy Peach brandy became a staple, like cider, in the 18th century There were over 31 varieties of peaches available by 1768 with Newingtons very much in evidence
downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh cultivated in temperate regions
The name of a princess in the video game series, Super Mario. Her last name is Toadstool. She is constantly kidnapped by Bowser
{f} blab, inform on, tell on (Slang)
{s} peach-colored, having a yellowish-orange color
In the wild stock the fruit is hard and inedible
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)
a shade of pink tinged with yellow
a sweet, juicy stone-fruit with a furry skin
a variable color averaging a moderate yellowish pink
To turn informer; to betray one's accomplice
downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh
To accuse of crime; to inform against
A peach is a soft, round, slightly furry fruit with sweet yellow flesh and pinky-orange skin. Peaches grow in warm countries
divulge confidential information or secrets; "Be careful--his secretary talks"
cultivated in temperate regions
{i} variety of fruit with a large pit and soft pinkish flesh; color peach, yellowish-orange color; something wonderful (Slang)
a very attractive or seductive looking woman
The soft juicy fruit of the peach tree, having yellow flesh, downy, red-tinted yellow skin, and a deeply sculptured pit or stone containing a single seed
Peach Melba
Peach Melba: classic French dessert, combing peaches and raspberry sauce accompanied with vanilla ice cream
peach blossom
The flower of a peach tree that will eventually turn into a peach
Peach Melba
half a peach served with ice cream and raspberry juice
peach Melba
type of dessert made from peaches
peach bells
perennial European bellflower with racemose white or blue flowers
peach blight
a disease of trees bearing drupes
peach ice cream
ice cream flavored with fresh peaches
peach jam
jam made out of peaches
peach melba
ice cream and peaches with a liqueur
peach orchard
a grove of peach trees
peach palm
A densely spiny Amazonian palm (Bactris gasipaes) widely cultivated in the New World tropics as an ornamental and a food plant, having an edible heart and a highly nutritious, mealy fruit wall
peach pit
the stone seed of a peach
peach sauce
for Chinese dishes: peach preserves and chutney
Henry Peach Robinson
born July 9, 1830, Ludlow, Shropshire, Eng. died Feb. 21, 1901, Tunbridge Wells British photographer. Tiring of doing portraits, he turned to "high art" photographs, which imitated the anecdotal genre paintings popular at the time, creating them by pasting together parts of several negatives ("combination printing"). His photograph Fading Away (1858), depicting the peaceful death of a young girl surrounded by her grieving family, skillfully combines five different negatives. He used costumed models to shoot bucolic scenes in his studio. His Pictorial Effect in Photography (1869) was for decades the most influential book in English on photographic practice
green peach aphid
yellowish green aphid that is especially destructive to peaches
negro peach
stout spreading or semi-climbing tropical shrub with round brownish-red warty fruit; Africa
plural of peach
sea peach
A beautiful American ascidian (Cynthia, or Halocynthia, pyriformis) having the size, form, velvety surface, and color of a ripe peach
she is a peach
she is sweet nice and helpful
wild peach
large much-branched shrub grown primarily for its evergreen foliage