Apricot

Apricot, (noun), a- (uncountable), mecmac.

b- (countable), mecmaca (mecmacat).

Apricot tree, mecmaca (mecmacat), seǧṛa taɛ l-mecmac (sǧeṛ taɛ l-mecmac).


Examples:

I have bought you some apricot juice. - Crit-lek cwiyya ɛṣir taɛ l-mecmac.

I like rhubarb tarts more than apricot tarts. - Nḥebb ṭ-ṭartat taɛ ṛ-ṛawend xir men ṭ-ṭartat taɛ l-mecmac.

She wore an apricot-colored dress. - Lebset ǧebba lun-ha kima taɛ l-mecmac.

The apricot trees are in full blossom. - S-sǧeṛ taɛ l-mecmac newwṛu.

The more you eat Kuqa's apricots, the more of them you'll want to eat. - Qedd ma takul men l-mecmac taɛ Kuqa, qedd ma tḥebb tzid men-u.

There is no comparison between the taste of a fresh apricot and one from a can. - Makan-c muqarna bin l-benna taɛ mecmaca fricka u mecmaca taɛ bwaṭa.

Would you like some apricot jam? - Takul cwiyya meɛǧun taɛ l-mecmac?


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