Definition of 'mince'
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Visitors can also enjoy mulled wine and hot mince pies while being entertained by carol singers. The Sun (2016)There will be added spice to the mince pies and mulled wine next month. The Sun (2016)That will buy a lot of mince pies. The Sun (2016)Need to work off all those mince pies? The Sun (2017)Is it too early for mulled wine and mince pies? The Sun (2016)Clearly there are just three more packets of mince pies to be consumed before the slimming begins. The Sun (2017)Add the lean minced beef and fry for 5 mins. The Sun (2017)Add the turkey mince, chopped tomatoes and tomato puree along with the soy sauce and mix well. The Sun (2017)You can ask your butcher to mince the thigh meat or use a domestic food grinder. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir in the minced beef and cook and stir for five minutes. The Sun (2016)Good excuse to eat a few extra mince pies. The Sun (2012) Chop or mince bacon or ham for burgers or fillings in pies and pancakes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Return the mince to the pan and sprinkle with the chilli powder. The Sun (2015)Then put a big dollop of the mince meat on to each pastry circle. The Sun (2012)British butchers warn the price of minced beef and lamb will soar as a result. The Sun (2008)And you thought it was just the mince pies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Bone the thighs and finely chop or mince the meat. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Drain any excess fat and add the lamb mince to the pan of vegetables and herbs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So if you are going to mince meat do so just before cooking. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Add the minced beef to the bowl with all the remaining ingredients and mix well to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Adults will be served with sherry and mince pies. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Put the minced meat in a mixing bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Use lean mince to make burgers but don't add salt. The Sun (2010)Tip into the pan with the mince, then blitz and add the celery. The Sun (2016)This results in a fat content of about 15 per cent, no better than lean minced beef. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)
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Translations for 'mince'
British English: mince /mɪns/ NOUN
Mince is meat cut into very small pieces.
- American English: ground meat
- Arabic: لَـحْمٌ مَفْرُومٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: carne moída
- Chinese: 碎肉
- Croatian: mljeveno meso
- Czech: mleté maso
- Danish: hakke
- Dutch: gehakt
- European Spanish: carne picada
- Finnish: jauheliha
- French: viande hachée
- German: Hackfleisch
- Greek: κιμάς
- Italian: carne tritata
- Japanese: 挽肉
- Korean: 저민 고기
- Norwegian: kjøttdeig
- Polish: mięso mielone
- European Portuguese: carne picada
- Romanian: carne tocată
- Russian: фарш
- Spanish: carne picada
- Swedish: köttfärs
- Thai: เนื้อบด
- Turkish: kıyma
- Ukrainian: фарш
- Vietnamese: thịt băm
British English: mince VERB
If you mince food such as meat, you put it into a machine which cuts it into very small pieces.
Perhaps I'll buy lean meat and mince it myself.
Definition of mince from the Collins English Dictionary
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