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Example sentences containing 'avocado'
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My favourite is avocado on toast with poached eggs and roast tomatoes. The Sun (2016)And eat more avocado on toast. The Sun (2017)If the plumber got a good deal on an avocado tub or a pink sink, you got an avocado or pink bathroom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her avocado on toast is guacamole topped with Creme Eggs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cover with the avocado and tomato slices and top with the eggs. The Sun (2016)Use small amounts of olive or avocado oil rather than butter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were lots of avocado bathroom suites and vinyl and flock. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The protein in the crayfish and the good oils in the avocado make this a filling choice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Rub it with avocado oil and salt. The Sun (2016)It contains avocado oil as well as proteins and is capable of transforming any wayward barnet. The Sun (2009)It contains avocado oil and a powerful antioxidant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was just avocado on toast. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Top with avocado slices and tomato. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There's only so many times you can see a picture of an avocado on toast. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Out go the avocado bathrooms, then. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is the avocado bathroom suite of 2015? Times, Sunday Times (2015)They brought a rectangle of yellow corn cake under avocado, tomato and sliced red onion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Spread 1 tbsp of hummus across each piece of toast and top with the avocado and tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Made from avocado, tomato and onion. The Sun (2014)I can do avocado on toast or soup from a can. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE avocado bathroom suite has been named the worst interior design of all time. The Sun (2008)Peel 2 ripe avocados and mash with 150ml natural yoghurt. The Sun (2012)They do a great avocado on toast, which is a quintessential California dish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Go for porridge, eggs, avocado and toast instead. The Sun (2015)We had a beautiful sea bream dish with cocoa beans, crab and avocado on toast, clams and half a dozen different oysters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In a panic, I jumped through a window and climbed up an avocado tree. The Sun (2014)WHO wouldn't chuck out a 1970s avocado bathroom suite if the budget allowed? Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'avocado'
British English: avocado /ˌævəˈkɑːdəʊ/ NOUN
An avocado is a fruit in the shape of a pear with a dark green skin and a large stone inside it.
- American English: avocado
- Arabic: أفوكادو
- Brazilian Portuguese: abacate
- Chinese: 鳄梨
- Croatian: avokado
- Czech: avokádo
- Danish: avokado
- Dutch: avocado
- European Spanish: aguacate
- Finnish: avokado
- French: avocat fruit
- German: Avocado
- Greek: αβοκάντο
- Italian: avocado
- Japanese: アボカド
- Korean: 아보카도
- Norwegian: avokado
- Polish: awokado
- European Portuguese: abacate
- Romanian: avocado
- Russian: авокадо
- Spanish: aguacate
- Swedish: avokado
- Thai: ผลอะโวคาโด้
- Turkish: avokado
- Ukrainian: авокадо
- Vietnamese: quả bơ
Definition of avocado from the Collins English Dictionary
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