Definition of 'aniseed'
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Example sentences containing 'aniseed'
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There was a strong smell of aniseed in the air - pastis was the apéritif de rigueur. MOONDROP TO MURDER (2002)There was a strong smell of aniseed, the sound of glass breaking and he was aware of the two men leaving him and getting into the Renault. DOUBLE DECEIT (2002)Her senses sharpened, pupils expanding, nostrils keen to the scent of aniseed. CHAMELEON (2002)
Her senses sharpened, pupils expanding, nostrils keen to the scent of aniseed. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'aniseed'
British English: aniseed /ˈænɪˌsiːd/ NOUN
Aniseed is a substance made from the seeds of the anise plant. It is used as a flavouring in sweets, drinks, and medicine.
Fennel has a very distinctive aniseed flavour.
- American English: aniseed
- Arabic: يَانْسُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: semente de anis
- Chinese: 大茴香
- Croatian: anis
- Czech: anýz
- Danish: anisfrø
- Dutch: anijszaad
- European Spanish: anís
- Finnish: anis
- French: anis
- German: Anis
- Greek: γλυκάνισο
- Italian: anice
- Japanese: アニシード
- Korean: 아니스의 열매
- Norwegian: anisfrø
- Polish: anyż
- European Portuguese: semente de anis
- Romanian: anason
- Russian: анисовое масло
- Spanish: anís
- Swedish: anisfrö
- Thai: เทียนสัตตบุศย์
- Turkish: anason
- Ukrainian: аніс
- Vietnamese: hạt hồi
Definition of aniseed from the Collins English Dictionary
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