Definition of 'broth'
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Too many cooks, it seems, do not spoil the broth here. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Seaweed soup - move over bone broth, this is the new superfood. The Sun (2016)Divide the noodles between four deep bowls and spoon over the meat and broth. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Will any of them spoil the broth? The Sun (2016)Discard the cooked veg so that you have a chicken and some clear broth. The Sun (2013)First make the broth that you are going to steam the salmon over. The Sun (2014)This was a case of too many cooks spoiling the broth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But will it be a case of too many cooks spoiling the broth? The Sun (2008)Divide between bowls or serve the broth with the meat and put the veg on a communal platter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No. It was the bone broth that did it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The clear broth doesn't look scary. The Sun (2015)With so many cooks, it would be best not to ask them to make broth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Place meat into the broth, leaving about a quarter of it exposed. The Sun (2012)Allow the soup to sit for at least half an hour and then strain out all the vegetables to leave a clear broth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We had a wash boiler and Dad used to make broth in it. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)Too many cooks definitely won't spoil the broth in the case of this new series. The Sun (2014)I was brought up on rice pudding and broth. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)Add the rice to the broth, then return it to the heat, and simmer it for two minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You want it medium rare, because when you pour the hot broth over the top it will gently cook it through, should you want it to. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'broth'
British English: broth /brɒθ/ NOUN
Broth is a kind of soup. It usually has vegetables or rice in it.
- American English: broth
- Arabic: مَرَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: caldo
- Chinese: 肉汤
- Croatian: juha
- Czech: vývar polévka
- Danish: kraftsuppe
- Dutch: bouillon
- European Spanish: caldo
- Finnish: liemi
- French: bouillon
- German: Brühe
- Greek: ζωμός
- Italian: brodo
- Japanese: 煮出し汁
- Korean: 수프
- Norwegian: buljong
- Polish: rosół
- European Portuguese: caldo
- Romanian: supă
- Russian: бульон
- Spanish: caldo
- Swedish: buljong
- Thai: ซุป
- Turkish: et ya da sebze suyuna çorba
- Ukrainian: бульйон
- Vietnamese: nước luộc thịt
Definition of broth from the Collins English Dictionary
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