Definition of 'boiled egg'
Example sentences containing 'boiled egg'
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It was a recurrent excitement of her life, like opening a boiled egg, the charm being not its unexpectedness but its reliability. HUMAN VOICES (2003)Paloma had a boiled egg, and she crammed the bread fingers down into the yellow centre of it with gurgles of pleasure. THE WHITE DOVE (2003)Toast, now, was a different kettle of fish: toast fingers, with a boiled egg, was something which Mr Golightly was partial to... MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
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Translations for 'boiled egg'
British English: boiled egg /bɔɪld ɛɡ/ NOUN
A boiled egg is an egg that has been cooked in its shell in boiling water.
- American English: boiled egg
- Arabic: بَيْضَة مَسْلُوقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ovo cozido
- Chinese: 煮鸡蛋
- Croatian: kuhano jaje
- Czech: vařené vejce
- Danish: kogt æg
- Dutch: gekookt ei
- European Spanish: huevo pasado por agua
- Finnish: keitetty kananmuna
- French: œuf dur
- German: gekochtes Ei
- Greek: βραστό αβγό
- Italian: uovo sodo
- Japanese: ゆで卵
- Korean: 삶은 달걀
- Norwegian: kokt egg
- Polish: jajko gotowane
- European Portuguese: ovo cozido
- Romanian: ou fiert
- Russian: вареное яйцо
- Spanish: huevo pasado por agua
- Swedish: kokt ägg
- Thai: ไข่ต้ม
- Turkish: haşlanmış yumurta
- Ukrainian: варене яйце
- Vietnamese: trứng luộc
Definition of boiled egg from the Collins English Dictionary
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