Definition of 'home-made'
Example sentences containing 'home-made'
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The arrests came after a home-made petrol bomb was discovered under a car. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We collapse in exhausted triumph with a glass of claret and a chunk of home-made cake. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Maybe if there was a stall selling coffee and home-made cakes they might. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We left with a pot of home-made jam. The Sun (2012)Pull the biscuit off the stick and fill the hole with rich organic butter and home-made jam. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dusty shelves sag with jars of home-made jam and pickle. Times, Sunday Times (2006)COPS are hunting a gang who hurled a home-made bomb at the house of a police officer. The Sun (2013)The home-made bomb was thrown at a paramilitary vehicle on Tuesday. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Locals bring their home-made cakes, and there are scones and proper jam. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is bacon and eggs from a farm, and home-made jam and pastries. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Instead of tourist tat, the sole town sells home-made tomato jam and island wine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The biggest treat was a small slice of my mother's home-made cake if she could get the ingredients. The Sun (2013)Afternoon tea includes home-made cakes and biscuits, and on three of the six nights a cheese board is produced at the end of dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'home-made'
Used Rarely. home-made is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'home-made'
British English: home-made /ˈhəʊmˈmeɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Home-made things are made in someone's home, rather than in a shop or factory.
...a home-made cake.
- American English: homemade
- Arabic: مُعَدٌّ فِي البَيْتِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: caseiro
- Chinese: 自制的
- Croatian: domaće izrade
- Czech: domácí vyráběný doma
- Danish: hjemmelavet
- Dutch: zelfgemaakt
- European Spanish: hecho en casa
- Finnish: kotitekoinen
- French: fait maison
- German: selbstgemacht
- Greek: σπιτικός
- Italian: casereccio
- Japanese: 自家製の
- Korean: 집에서 만든
- Norwegian: hjemmelaget
- Polish: domowego wyrobu
- European Portuguese: caseiro
- Romanian: făcut în casă
- Russian: домашнего приготовления
- Spanish: hecho en casa
- Swedish: hemgjord
- Thai: ที่ทำเองในครอบครัว
- Turkish: ev yapımı
- Ukrainian: домашній
- Vietnamese: nhà làm lấy
Definition of home-made from the Collins English Dictionary
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