Definition of 'bowl'
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Wipe a whisk and a large mixing bowl with the lemon to remove any grease. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Put them in a bowl and set aside. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Tip into the bowl of a food processor. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place two drained poached eggs in each bowl then spoon on the remaining yoghurt. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Place in a bowl with the olive oil and a little seasoning. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was an increase in overs bowled and wickets taken by spin this year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How much does a spinner need to bowl in first-class cricket to master his craft? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Against the seamers, he essentially lines up to off stump and looks to make the bowlers bowl to him, before working to the leg side. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Transfer to a large bowl and set aside to cool. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was a good pitch to bowl on but he made the most of it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Place into a bowl or plastic container and put aside. The Sun (2015)That takes your bowl in a lot of different directions. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Wipe the mushrooms and pile into the bowl of a food processor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Who was the best batsman you bowled at? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or we might do something like have a game of bowls. The Sun (2011)Whisk egg in a shallow cereal bowl and add half. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Transfer to a bowl and eat along with the tomato and onion salad. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We have not been able to post scores for our bowlers to bowl to. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Big wooden bowls filled with primroses and moss look very beautiful. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sometimes that means eating homemade chicken soup from a pretty bowl and. Christianity Today (2000)The small movement at the bowl of the spoon turns into a larger movement at the handle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Transfer the drained veg to a large bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What excites me about him is he can bowl quick. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It can also be injured if you tie your laces too tightly or plant your foot too hard in bowling at cricket. Muscle Management (1991)
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Translations for 'bowl'
British English: bowl /bəʊl/ NOUN
A bowl is a circular container with a wide uncovered top that is used for mixing and serving food.
He gave her two copper bowls.
- American English: bowl
- Arabic: وِعاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: tigela
- Chinese: 碗
- Croatian: zdjela
- Czech: mísa
- Danish: skål beholder
- Dutch: kom
- European Spanish: cuenco
- Finnish: kulho
- French: bol
- German: Schüssel
- Greek: μπολ
- Italian: insalatiera
- Japanese: ボウル
- Korean: 그릇
- Norwegian: bolle salatbolle
- Polish: miska
- European Portuguese: tigela
- Romanian: castron
- Russian: чаша a cup
- Spanish: tazón
- Swedish: skål
- Thai: ชาม
- Turkish: kase
- Ukrainian: чаша
- Vietnamese: chén
Definition of bowl from the Collins English Dictionary
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