Definition of 'cookbook'
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Would his own cookbook have been published had he not been famous? Times, Sunday Times (2010)So is he going to write a cookbook? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Footballers have joined in the fight against childhood obesity by contributing healthy recipes to a new cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everyone in the world should write a cookbook. The Sun (2011)Who do you think wrote the bestselling cookbook in Ireland? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This year she's bringing out her first cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nowadays, we receive gift vouchers for celebrity cookbooks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many gorgeous and enticing cookbooks have been published in the past 12 months. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The new MasterChef cookbook is out now. The Sun (2012)She published her award-winning first cookbook last summer and is working on her second. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The following recipes are from the restaurant's new cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her first cookbook was published in June. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She also talks about her new cookbook, which is supposed to make us all look great. The Sun (2013)In front of them is a large coffee table and on top of the coffee table is a copy of their new cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When you are launching a new cookbook, it is always nice if your friends show their support. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It only needs a tiny percentage of star-struck fans to buy it to make it the bestselling cookbook of all time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)First things first: the cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They have a go at expensive restaurants, wine waiters, silly menus and celebrity cookbooks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)By the time he was 13, it was his dream to write a cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Well, here's the recipe from my bestselling cookbook. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Still, who needs another celebrity cookbook, really? Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has also signed a deal for his first cookbook, to be published in January next year. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In LA, fans urge her to write a cookbook for women facing the disease. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'cookbook'
British English: cookbook /ˈkʊkˌbʊk/ NOUN
A cookbook is a book that contains recipes for preparing food.
- American English: cookbook
- Arabic: كِتَابُ طَهُى
- Brazilian Portuguese: livro de receitas
- Chinese: 食谱
- Croatian: kuharica
- Czech: kuchařka kniha
- Danish: kogebog
- Dutch: kookboek
- European Spanish: recetario
- Finnish: keittokirja
- French: livre de recettes
- German: Kochbuch
- Greek: βιβλίο μαγειρικής
- Italian: ricettario
- Japanese: 料理の本
- Korean: 요리책
- Norwegian: kokebok
- Polish: książka kucharska
- European Portuguese: livro de receitas
- Romanian: carte de bucate
- Russian: поваренная книга
- Spanish: recetario
- Swedish: kokbok
- Thai: ตำราอาหาร
- Turkish: yemek kitabı
- Ukrainian: книга рецептів
- Vietnamese: sách dạy nấu ăn
Definition of cookbook from the Collins English Dictionary
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