Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Apricot"

The meaning of "Apricot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does apricot mean?
A: quả mơ
Q: What does apricot jam mean?
A: Mermelada al baricoque
Q: What does apricot mean?
A: Apricot = खुबानी
ˈāprəˌkät
Is how you will pronounce it/ क्या आप इसका उच्चारण करेंगे

The definition is: a juicy, soft fruit, resembling a small peach, of an orange-yellow color.
an orange-yellow color like the skin of a ripe apricot.

परिभाषा यह है: एक रसदार, मुलायम फल, एक नारंगी-पीले रंग के रंग के छोटे आड़ू जैसा दिखता है।
एक नारंगी-पीला रंग एक परिपक्व खुबानी की त्वचा की तरह
Q: What does apricots mean?
A: It is a kind of fruit! Very sweet and tart.

Synonyms of "Apricot" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between apricot and peach ?
A: They’re different fruits - apricots are almost always orange and peaches are generally yellow-red-pink colour usually bits of each. Peaches are also much sweeter
Q: What is the difference between apricot and peach ?
A: They are two different fruits.

Translations of "Apricot"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? apricot
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)?
apricot
coconut
blueberries
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? apricot blossom
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Other questions about "Apricot"

Q: What does mean "apricots"?
A: An apricot is a fruit. It's similar to a peach but smaller.

Google translate gave me this translation for apricot.
apricot = albicocca

Here is a picture of an apricot.
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2971/2126/products/Apricot_Kernel_2000x.jpg?v=1528753178
Q: Japanese apricot blooms at end of winter in Japan.
(日本で梅は冬の終わりに咲きます。) does this sound natural?
A: Very good! I added the word "the" in two places:

The Japanese apricot blooms at the end of winter in Japan.
Q: '' I am canning some apricots for winter.''
Is this sentence correct?
Q: I accidentally swallowed an apricot seed that is more like a pit that has points in the edge. does this sound natural?
A: You can understand the content but the word choice is awkward. "I accidentally swallowed an apricot pit, which is a giant seed with sharp pointed edges" sounds more natural.
Q: I accidentally swallowed an apricot seed that is more like a pit that has points in the edge. does this sound natural?
A: Fruits like apples, oranges, grapes etc have seeds

Fruits like peaches, apricots, cherries, plums etc have stones or, as you said, pits.

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