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Gently fold the whisked egg white into the batter mixture using a spatula. The Sun (2017)Add the milk at intervals to make a thick batter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Male giraffes fight by swinging their heads to batter their opponents with huge force. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When you are ready to serve, remove the batter mixture from the fridge and stir gently. The Sun (2017)Mix to a smooth batter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But around 1.30pm, the weather worsened dramatically and winds battered the coast. The Sun (2016)Now on'three' we batter the door down. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Slowly add the milk, mixing well after each addition, until you have a smooth batter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The one-man battering ram 's capacity to draw defenders and unleash others is a fulcrum for club and country. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Police said she had been battered around the head. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Whisk the egg white until stiff and gently fold into the batter mixture. The Sun (2012)But you can win the argument by asking what happens when a batter gets hit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In recent years its nine million population has been battered by storms and hurricanes. The Sun (2010)This flour makes great light crisp batter for fish or vegetables. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You make a batter and you cook it in a very hot oven. The Sun (2012)By the end you may feel battered and bruised. The Sun (2016)Whisk to combine into a smooth batter but try not to overwork the batter. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This will be welcomed by millions of the poorest who faced a battering. The Sun (2008)You can watch the storms approaching before they batter this amazing coastline. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Continue adding butter and cooking pancakes until the batter is finished. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Last winter was the wettest on record and storms battered the country for weeks on end. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They tied up the two security guards and battered through the doors of the house. Christianity Today (2000)Then you dip it in batter and deep fry it before sprinkling icing sugar on top. The Sun (2012)Local media reported that she had been battered over the head. The Sun (2015)Gently fold the whisked egg white into the batter mixture using a spatula. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The alligator batter was light and top class. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has that kind of stormy nature as if you are seeing the surface battered by strong winds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The batter on the fish exploded. The Sun (2013)Everybody's bodies were battered and bruised by the end. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Japan's batters struggled to hit them early on. Times, Sunday Times (2008)BRITAIN was battered by storms yesterday as forecasters warned of a bank holiday washout. The Sun (2012)I wanted to say something through my body, no matter how much my body got battered. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: batter /ˈbætə/ NOUN
Batter is a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk used to make pancakes.
- American English: batter
- Arabic: عَجِينَة سَائِلَة مِنْ الدَّقِيقِ و البَيْض
- Brazilian Portuguese: massa crua para fritura
- Chinese: 奶蛋面糊
- Croatian: tijesto
- Czech: těstíčko
- Danish: dej
- Dutch: beslag deeg
- European Spanish: masa
- Finnish: taikina
- French: pâte à beignet
- German: Teig
- Greek: ζύμη
- Italian: pastella
- Japanese: （料理用の）ころも
- Korean: 반죽
- Norwegian: slagmann baseball
- Polish: rzadkie ciasto
- European Portuguese: massa crua
- Romanian: aluat
- Russian: тесто
- Spanish: rebozado
- Swedish: smet
- Thai: ส่วนผสมที่ทำจากแป้งนมและไข่
- Turkish: sulu hamur
- Ukrainian: рідке тісто
- Vietnamese: bột nhão làm bánh
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