Definition of 'margarine'
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Example sentences containing 'margarine'
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What about the contrast between butter and margarine in cooking? Fats, Nutrition and Health (1991)Use oils and margarine instead of lard or hard fats. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)Use your fingertips to rub the margarine into the sugar and flour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Use butter or margarine for spreads as little as possible. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Mix together crushed biscuits with butter or margarine. The Sun (2014)Put the sugar and margarine into a large mixing bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The biscuits can be made palatable with some butter or margarine and a spread. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)Cream together the butter or margarine and caster sugar until light and fluffy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Cream margarine and sugar together until light and fluffy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Another classic kitchen dilemma is the battle between butter and margarine for the hearts and minds of the consumer. Fats, Nutrition and Health (1991)Avoid margarine and use butter instead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Can margarine stop spread of divorce? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Don't add butter or margarine to cooked vegetables. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)You can also use butter or margarine, which is less smelly. The Sun (2007)The same would be true of mashed potato which is made with butter, margarine or milk. Healthy By Nature (1994)Oh - and the butter is actually margarine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)WHICH brand of margarine do you use? Times, Sunday Times (2007)After years of playing second fiddle to margarine and spread, butter is back and there are lots to choose from. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To do so, many of us have reduced the amount of beef we eat, and have substituted margarine for butter. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)
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Translations for 'margarine'
British English: margarine /ˌmɑːdʒəˈriːn; ˌmɑːɡə-/ NOUN
Margarine is a substance similar to butter, made from vegetable oil and sometimes animal fats.
- American English: margarine
- Arabic: مَرْغَرِينٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: margarina
- Chinese: 人造黄油
- Croatian: margarin
- Czech: margarín
- Danish: margarine
- Dutch: margarine
- European Spanish: margarina
- Finnish: margariini
- French: margarine
- German: Margarine
- Greek: μαργαρίνη
- Italian: margarina
- Japanese: マーガリン
- Korean: 마가린
- Norwegian: margarin
- Polish: margaryna
- European Portuguese: margarina
- Romanian: margarină
- Russian: маргарин
- Spanish: margarina
- Swedish: margarin
- Thai: มาการีน
- Turkish: margarin
- Ukrainian: маргарин
- Vietnamese: bơ thực vật
Definition of margarine from the Collins English Dictionary
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