Definition of 'marzipan'
Example sentences containing 'marzipan'
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The first sweet eggs were sugar or marzipan. The Sun (2016)Cut slivers of marzipan over the top and dust with saffron. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Quality icing and marzipan in a good ratio is essential. Times, Sunday Times (2008)With some marzipan icing and candles. Times, Sunday Times (2011)An unspeakably ugly cake, but not bad if you ignore the icing and marzipan. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Shops and outdoor cafés sell typical Toledo marzipan sweets and pastries. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dust your work surface with some icing sugar, place the marzipan on the sugar and knead slightly to soften. The Sun (2012)Place the marzipan half on top of that and press it down very gently, the sugar syrup will help it stick on. The Sun (2013)Senior people from the marzipan layer acted as non-executives for group companies beneath them, helping them to prepare for more senior roles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The fruit is quality, the texture is rich but not stodgy and the ratio of icing, marzipan and cake is bang on. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A Swedish domed layer cake whose marzipan cover is as green as Kermit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'marzipan'
British English: marzipan /ˈmɑːzɪˌpæn/ NOUN
Marzipan is a paste made of almonds, sugar, and egg which is sometimes put on top of cakes.
- American English: marzipan
- Arabic: مَرْزِيبَانُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: marzipã
- Chinese: 杏仁蛋白软糖
- Croatian: marcipan
- Czech: marcipán
- Danish: marcipan
- Dutch: marsepein
- European Spanish: mazapán
- Finnish: marsipaani
- French: pâte d’amandes
- German: Marzipan
- Greek: αμυγδαλωτό
- Italian: marzapane
- Japanese: マジパン
- Korean: 마지팬
- Norwegian: marsipan
- Polish: marcepan
- European Portuguese: maçapão
- Romanian: marțipan
- Russian: марципан
- Spanish: mazapán
- Swedish: marsipan
- Thai: ส่วนผสมของอัลมอนด์น้ำตาลและไข่ขาวใส่บนหน้าเค้ก
- Turkish: badem ezmesi
- Ukrainian: марципан
- Vietnamese: bột bánh hạnh nhân
Definition of marzipan from the Collins English Dictionary
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