Definition of 'aubergine'
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Besides courgettes, aubergines and leaf vegetables including spinach and lettuce are also in short supply. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Allow to bubble, then add aubergine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some roast tomatoes and grilled aubergines would also be good with this. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Take the dark aubergine colour along the outer edge of the bottom lash line and blend. The Sun (2014)Yesterday we omitted feta in the recipe for roast aubergine and red pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Season and add to aubergine in the colander. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Take out of oven and while still hot remove skin from aubergines. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Serve topped with aubergine and tomatoes and dollops of cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Add half the remaining oil to the pan and quickly fry the aubergine to colour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Cover the bottom of the dish with half the slices of aubergine and some pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Drain and pat dry the aubergine and add to the onions. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Strip the skins off the aubergines and chop in short lengths. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Add the mashed aubergine and cook for five minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Add the drained aubergine and mix together with a fork. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cover and leave for five minutes then fluff up and stir in grilled courgette and aubergine and chopped parsley and mint. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Repeat with the aubergine and courgette. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This year lime green or aubergine might be in and next year it's metallic colours. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can also sow aubergine, peppers and tomatoes now. The Sun (2009)I would like to try a deep aubergine and some white ones. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sprinkle some sea salt over the courgette and aubergine and leave them to drain; this will remove any bitterness. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But aubergines and tomatoes, too? The Sun (2016)It was hard work, but the sun had come out and the mountains were lit pale green against an aubergine sky. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We are using them not just for tomatoes but also aubergines, cucumbers, peppers and melons. The Sun (2010)It turns out snails love chilli and aubergine plants, too: all of them were looking bedraggled and chewed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They look particularly wonderful in deep colours such as aubergine and claret, and are amazing in a Venetian red. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'aubergine'
British English: aubergine /ˈəʊbəˌʒiːn/ NOUN
An aubergine is a vegetable with a smooth purple skin.
- American English: eggplant
- Arabic: بَاذِنـْجان
- Brazilian Portuguese: berinjela
- Chinese: 茄子
- Croatian: patlidžan
- Czech: baklažán
- Danish: aubergine
- Dutch: aubergine
- European Spanish: berenjena
- Finnish: munakoiso
- French: aubergine
- German: Aubergine
- Greek: μελιτζάνα
- Italian: melanzana
- Japanese: ナス
- Korean: 가지
- Norwegian: aubergine
- Polish: bakłażan
- European Portuguese: beringela
- Romanian: vânătă
- Russian: баклажан
- Spanish: berenjena
- Swedish: aubergine
- Thai: มะเขือฝรั่งมีสีม่วงผลยาวใหญ่
- Turkish: patlıcan
- Ukrainian: баклажан
- Vietnamese: cà tím
Definition of aubergine from the Collins English Dictionary
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