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Still regretting that sixth vodka and cranberry juice at the weekend? Times, Sunday Times (2007) Add the cranberries and cook for ten minutes until they have softened but not burst. The Sun (2013)Then spread cranberry sauce over the cream and scatter over the cranberries. The Sun (2012)Serve with the cranberry sauce on the side. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Drinking cranberry juice daily has been shown to help the risk of urinary infections. The Sun (2014)Scatter the remaining chestnuts on top and spoon the rest of the cranberry sauce over. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Drain on kitchen roll and serve with the cranberry sauce. The Sun (2015)To liven up cranberry sauce, add a splash of port and the zest of an orange. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Stir in the cranberry sauce, add a splash of red wine vinegar and season to taste. The Sun (2015)Add dash of cranberry juice, then crush berries into a paste. The Sun (2009)Allow melted sugar to turn a rich caramel colour, add cranberries and touch of seasoning. The Sun (2011) Add the cranberries and simmer for 10 minutes. The Sun (2013)You will probably need only half the juice or less, depending on your cranberry sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Mix zest in a bowl with Dijon mustard and cranberry sauce. The Sun (2014)TO add a festive twist you could add some cranberries in with the fennel and apples. The Sun (2015)Allow the melted sugar to turn a rich caramel colour, then add the cranberries and a touch of seasoning. The Sun (2015)They will assemble their families the way they assemble dinner: each one bearing a personality as different as cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)Lean lunch cranberry jelly calories: 23 calories per teaspoon. The Sun (2009)Simmer gently for 5 minutes, then add either fresh or frozen cranberries and the lemon zest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Shopping: Look for cranberry jelly. The Sun (2009)You can use fresh cranberries if you like, but I normally use frozen ones. Times, Sunday Times (2015)SERVES 6. 250g fresh or frozen cranberries. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'cranberry'
British English: cranberry /ˈkrænbərɪ; -brɪ/ NOUN
Cranberries are red berries with a sour taste. They are often used to make a sauce or jelly that you eat with meat.
- American English: cranberry
- Arabic: نَوْع مِنْ التُّوت بَرّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: uva-dos-montes
- Chinese: 越橘
- Croatian: brusnica
- Czech: brusinka
- Danish: tranebær
- Dutch: cranberry
- European Spanish: arándano rojo
- Finnish: karpalo
- French: canneberge
- German: Preiselbeere
- Greek: κράνα
- Italian: mirtillo rosso
- Japanese: クランベリー
- Korean: 크란베리
- Norwegian: tranebær
- Polish: żurawina
- European Portuguese: arando
- Romanian: merișor
- Russian: клюква
- Spanish: arándano
- Swedish: tranbär
- Thai: ลูกแครนเบอรี่
- Turkish: kırmızı yaban mersini
- Ukrainian: журавлина
- Vietnamese: cây nam việt quất
Definition of cranberry from the Collins English Dictionary
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