Definition of 'mustard'
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Example sentences containing 'mustard'
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The mayonnaise that binds the salad gets extra verve from lemon juice and dijon mustard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both chicken and salad are dressed with a dijon mustard vinaigrette. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Kurdish forces also reported strikes on their forces using both mustard and chlorine gas last year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rest for a few minutes before serving with a dollop of cooling apple sauce and the mustard pot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Would she cut the couture mustard? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Put mustard, vinegar, seasoning of salt and pepper in a blender. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Brush with oil, vinegar, mustard and honey. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Physical fitness and testosterone alone won't cut the mustard - equally important is the resilience and character of the recruits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pick and finely chop the herb leaves and add to the bowl with the mustard and vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some sportsmen have shown they can cut the mustard. The Sun (2009)Top with a poached egg and finish with wholegrain mustard sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On lime trees there are vivid splashes of mustard yellow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her friends say she is still as keen as mustard for it. The Sun (2016)Stir in the mustard and add white wine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You will also want a pot of mustard on the table. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Mix the mustard into the vinegar in a serving bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Put the mayonnaise into a small bowl with the wholegrain mustard and honey and stir to combine. The Sun (2012)And that sort of thing will save a hell of lot more lives than a mustard yellow government cash machine. The Sun (2015)Will that really cut the mustard? The Sun (2014)Scatter with chopped parsley and add a big blob of Dijon mustard on the side. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Strain, and stir the mustard powder into the liquid. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Rather than the colour of cake, it is the colour of Dijon mustard. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)Stir in the spring onions, Dijon mustard and tarragon and season to taste. The Sun (2013)They were a horrible mustard colour and looked like they'd come from an old people's home. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'mustard'
British English: mustard /ˈmʌstəd/ NOUN
Mustard is a yellow or brown paste made from seeds which tastes spicy.
...a jar of mustard.
- American English: mustard
- Arabic: خَرْدَلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mostarda
- Chinese: 芥末
- Croatian: gorčica
- Czech: horčiče
- Danish: sennep
- Dutch: mosterd
- European Spanish: mostaza
- Finnish: sinappi
- French: moutarde
- German: Senf
- Greek: μουστάρδα
- Italian: mostarda
- Japanese: マスタード
- Korean: 겨자
- Norwegian: sennep
- Polish: musztarda
- European Portuguese: mostarda
- Romanian: muștar
- Russian: горчица
- Spanish: mostaza
- Swedish: senap
- Thai: ผงมัสตาร์ดใช้ปรุงอาหาร
- Turkish: hardal
- Ukrainian: гірчиця
- Vietnamese: mù tạc
Definition of mustard from the Collins English Dictionary
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