Definition of 'marmalade'
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Example sentences containing 'marmalade'
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People still have, insist on, `toast and marmalade " for breakfast. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (1977)Nobby began to tuck into toast, grimacing at the plastic sachets of marmalade. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (1977)You have to have white toast to taste marmalade and marmalade - proper orange marmalade - is what breakfast is all about. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (1977)
The bread and thick marmalade whisked itself from Julia's hands and slapped itself on Julia's face, marmalade side inward. CHARMED LIFE (1977)
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Translations for 'marmalade'
British English: marmalade /ˈmɑːməˌleɪd/ NOUN
Marmalade is a food like jam made from oranges or lemons.
- American English: marmalade
- Arabic: مُرَبَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: marmelada
- Chinese: 果酱
- Croatian: pekmez
- Czech: marmeláda
- Danish: marmelade
- Dutch: marmelade
- European Spanish: mermelada
- Finnish: marmeladi
- French: marmelade
- German: Orangenmarmelade
- Greek: μαρμελάδα
- Italian: marmellata di agrumi
- Japanese: マーマレード
- Korean: 마멀레이드
- Norwegian: marmelade
- Polish: marmolada
- European Portuguese: marmelada
- Romanian: marmeladă
- Russian: конфитюр
- Spanish: mermelada
- Swedish: marmelad
- Thai: แยมส้ม
- Turkish: marmelat
- Ukrainian: мармелад
- Vietnamese: mứt cam
Definition of marmalade from the Collins English Dictionary
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