Put the dried apricots into a saucepan with the water, and add the sugar and juices from the lemon and tangerine or orange.
A close second: thinking the public has the I.Q. of a tangerine.
1842, from tangerine orange (1841) "an orange from Tangier," seaport in northern Morocco, from which it was originally imported to Britain. The place name is from Latin Tinge. As a color name, attested from 1899.