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Add the chopped potatoes and carrots and stir to coat with the oil. The Sun (2017)Halve any larger carrots vertically to make sure all are a similar size. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cut the tofu into 2cm cubes and peel the carrot lengthways into long ribbons. The Sun (2016)Roast them in a hot oven with vegetables such as carrots, celery and onion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Also add chopped, raw vegetables such as carrot sticks and cherry tomatoes to munch on. The Sun (2016)Add the onion, celery and carrot and stir until the onion is translucent. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Add the carrots and celery and cook for a further 5 minutes. The Sun (2016)Clean eating doesn't mean scrubbing your carrots extra hard or not spilling half your food down your front. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Peel and chop the carrots. The Sun (2016)OK, lots of carrot cakes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Finely chop the onion and dice the carrot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The amount in carrots and other vegetables is very small. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Place the carrots in a large baking tray and sit the beef on top. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Have a bowl of carrot and celery sticks handy to nibble on. The Sun (2013)Blend the cooked carrots with the orange juice and a little formula. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Take the carrot cake out of the fridge for half an hour before serving. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Chop the carrot into small chunks and add to the frying pan. The Sun (2014)The compost will allow pupils to grow the carrots and potatoes in pots. The Sun (2009)Add celery and carrot and cook for around five minutes. The Sun (2013)For dessert try cherry crumble or carrot cake. Times, Sunday Times (2007)While they do prefer sweeter vegetables like carrots to bitter foods they do not have great taste discrimination. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)They include a fruit and veg puree that is packaged in a carrot orange colour and lists carrot as first ingredient. The Sun (2015)Serve the lamb with the potatoes, carrots and extra mint jelly. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Throw in the carrots, potatoes and celery and bring to a simmer. The Sun (2014)Now they're offering the carrot instead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Stir the onion until translucent, then add chopped celery and carrot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Meanwhile, cut the celeriac and carrots into large chunks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They've peeled carrots and potatoes and helped make dinner. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'carrot'
British English: carrot /ˈkærət/ NOUN
Carrots are long, thin, orange-coloured vegetables that grow under the ground.
- American English: carrot
- Arabic: جَزَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: cenoura
- Chinese: 胡萝卜
- Croatian: mrkva
- Czech: mrkev
- Danish: gulerod
- Dutch: wortel
- European Spanish: zanahoria
- Finnish: porkkana
- French: carotte
- German: Karotte
- Greek: καρότο
- Italian: carota
- Japanese: ニンジン
- Korean: 당근
- Norwegian: gulrot
- Polish: marchew
- European Portuguese: cenoura
- Romanian: morcov
- Russian: морковь
- Spanish: zanahoria
- Swedish: morot
- Thai: แครอท
- Turkish: havuç
- Ukrainian: морква
- Vietnamese: củ cà rốt
Definition of carrot from the Collins English Dictionary
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