noun \ˈpēch\

: a round, sweet fruit that has white or yellow flesh, soft yellow or pink skin, and a large, hard seed at the center

: a yellowish-pink color

: a person or thing that is liked or admired very much

Full Definition of PEACH

a :  a low spreading freely branching Chinese tree (Prunus persica) of the rose family that has lanceolate leaves and sessile usually pink flowers and is widely cultivated in temperate areas for its edible fruit which is a single-seeded drupe with a hard central stone, a pulpy white or yellow flesh, and a thin fuzzy skin
b :  the edible fruit of the peach
:  a moderate yellowish pink
:  one resembling a peach (as in sweetness, beauty, or excellence)

Examples of PEACH

  1. <fondly remembers his old Studebaker as being a peach of a car>

Origin of PEACH

Middle English peche, from Anglo-French pesche, peche (the fruit), from Late Latin persica, from Latin (malum) persicum, literally, Persian fruit
First Known Use: 14th century



Definition of PEACH

transitive verb
:  to inform against :  betray
intransitive verb
:  to turn informer :  blab

Origin of PEACH

Middle English pechen, short for apechen to accuse, from Anglo-French apecher, empecher to ensnare — more at impeach
First Known Use: 1560
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