This week’s phrase of the week is “peaches and cream.”
But first, let me ask you a question about your English instincts: When you read “peaches and cream”, do you think it has a good (positive) meaning or a bad (negative meaning)?
Of course it has a good (positive) meaning.
So now, what does it specifically mean?
What does the Phrase “Peaches and Cream” Mean?
But in the English speaking context, which is the most important, “peaches and cream” is an idiom phrase that means “an enjoyable experience” or “an experience that is perfect or goes very smoothly.”
- Peaches and Creme
“Not everything in life is peaches and cream; sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down.”
Being an actress is not all peaches and creme; you cannot go outside without being asked for a picture or an autograph.
Our trip was peaches and cream! It was the best vacation ever.
Try using “peaches and cream” in a sentence in the comments and I will correct your grammar in the comments as well.
Thanks for reading!