Definition of 'jelly'
Example sentences containing 'jelly'
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Spoon the warm sauce around the jelly. Times, Sunday Times (2007) The jelly should quiver and the butter should be bright and smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Use the jelly to fill each lemon shell right up to the top. The Sun (2012)The pudding of strawberry mousse with a champagne jelly gave a sweet burst of sugar and fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The jelly ones make me want to cry with happiness. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Press the fruit jellies against the edge of the glass and spoon in the custard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She promises it will help banish that dreaded jelly belly and help you tone up your tum. The Sun (2012)It is almost as thick as petroleum jelly but soaks into skin well. The Sun (2013)Scatter the berries around the jellies with the mint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Sometimes you thought that your jelly shoes might melt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Pour the custard over the trifle when jelly is set. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)He used to make maps from jelly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Fresh fruit or natural fruit jelly or a tofu dessert to follow. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)They smell like butter and jelly. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)If you do not use the jelly then the pads may not make contact or may produce an area of skin irritation. Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)Q clear jelly in my new compost? The Sun (2006)Returning Crusaders are thought to have introduced jams and jellies to Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'jelly'
British English: jelly /ˈdʒɛlɪ/ NOUN
Jelly is a transparent food made from gelatine, fruit juice, and sugar, which is eaten as a dessert.
- American English: Jell-O®
- Arabic: جِيلِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: gelatina
- Chinese: 果子冻
- Croatian: žele
- Czech: želé
- Danish: gelé
- Dutch: gelei
- European Spanish: gelatina
- Finnish: hyytelö
- French: gelée
- German: Götterspeise
- Greek: ζελέ
- Italian: gelatina
- Japanese: ゼリー
- Korean: 젤리
- Norwegian: gele
- Polish: galareta
- European Portuguese: gelatina
- Romanian: jeleu
- Russian: желе
- Spanish: gelatina
- Swedish: gelé
- Thai: เยลลี่
- Turkish: jöle tatlı
- Ukrainian: желе
- Vietnamese: thạch
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