Translation for 'apricot' from English to Russian
NOUN   an apricot | apricots
SYNO apricot | apricot tree | peach | ...
абрикосовый {adj}apricot [attr.]
абрикос {м}
абрикосовый {adj} [о цвете]apricot-colored [Am.]
абрикосовый {adj} [о цвете]apricot-coloured [Br.]
абрикосовый пирог {м}
apricot cake
абрикос {м} маньчжурский [Prunus mandshurica]
Manchurian apricot
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Usage Examples English
  • The city celebrates the apricot festival on 19 June each year. It is famous for making apricot juice.
  • The Apricot sorbet flavor has 40% fruit content, with Bergeron apricot pieces from France.
  • The town is famous for its 30,000 apricot trees, which are cared for by the Kittsee Apricot Club.
  • The apricot is the national fruit. Since Roman times, the apricot was known as "Prunus Armeniaca," literally translated as " Armenian Plum".
  • Hybridisors have created what is known as a "black apricot" or "purple apricot", ("Prunus dasycarpa"), a hybrid of an apricot and the cherry plum ("Prunus cerasifera").

  • Murabbalı mecidiye (English: "Apricot Murabba Stuffed Cookies") is a kurabiye from the Ottoman cuisine filled with apricot murabba.
  • The pizzeria is known for its Apricot pie which consists of apricot sauce, carrots, cream cheese and chicken.
  • In Armenia, the wood of the apricot tree is used for making wood carvings such as the "duduk", which is a popular wind instrument in Armenia and is also called the apricot pipe.
  • is an apricot fruit leather, which is popularly made into apricot juice or nectar beverage from Arab cuisine that is famously consumed during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
  • Bohutice is also known for apricot growing. A variety called "Bohutická apricot" or "Abricot Surce de Bohutice" was bred here.

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