Definition of 'ketchup'
Example sentences containing 'ketchup'
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Peas and tomato ketchup are what you want with it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)SHOPPERS will have to splash out up to 20 per cent more on ketchup and brown sauce. The Sun (2017)Stir in the soy sauce, garlic powder, vinegar and ketchup. The Sun (2017)Who knew the tomato ketchup would be just across from the ice cream? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The restaurant was the kind of place that diluted its ketchup with vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The ketchup and mustard were in tiny plastic packs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pickles and sauces such as ketchup and mayo often contain more salt than you think. The Sun (2010)Serve with lemon wedges and mayonnaise or ketchup. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They go well with pea purée or try this intriguing tomato ketchup. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is sold in a jar and is often found near the mustard and ketchup. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The note was written on the wall in tomato ketchup. The Sun (2010)Cut into strips and dot with tomato ketchup or mustard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has to be covered in tomato ketchup. The Sun (2008)Add flavour to food at barely any cost through herbs and spices or sauces like ketchup and soy. The Sun (2011)His secret ingredient is a large dollop of tomato ketchup added to the mince to give sweetness and flavour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The secret ingredient is tomato ketchup, which adds sweetness. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Mix the mayonnaise, ketchup and lemon together. The Sun (2011)Either way, serve with peas and ketchup or brown sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Halfway through, add the ketchup and frozen peas. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My guilty pleasure is to mix together mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup for dipping my chips. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think it was in ketchup or mayonnaise. The Sun (2015)Make it by mixing mayo, ketchup and Tabasco to taste. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Mix the meat with the sunflower oil, tomato ketchup, soy sauce and vinegar. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'ketchup'
British English: ketchup /ˈkɛtʃəp/ NOUN
Ketchup is a thick, cold sauce, usually made from tomatoes, that is sold in bottles.
- American English: ketchup
- Arabic: كَاتْشَبٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ketchup
- Chinese: 蕃茄酱
- Croatian: kečap
- Czech: kečup
- Danish: ketchup
- Dutch: ketchup
- European Spanish: ketchup
- Finnish: ketsuppi
- French: ketchup
- German: Ketchup
- Greek: κέτσαπ
- Italian: ketchup
- Japanese: ケチャップ
- Korean: 케첩
- Norwegian: ketchup
- Polish: ketchup
- European Portuguese: ketchup
- Romanian: ketchup
- Russian: кетчуп
- Spanish: ketchup
- Swedish: ketchup
- Thai: ซอสมะเขือเทศ
- Turkish: ketçap
- Ukrainian: кетчуп
- Vietnamese: nước sốt cà chua
Definition of ketchup from the Collins English Dictionary
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