Definition of 'powdered'
Example sentences containing 'powdered'
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Her hair was dyed bright orange and her face was powdered a chalky white. AN UNLIKELY COUNTESS: Lily Budge and the 13th Earl of Galloway (2004)Their only meal that day is instant coffee and powdered cream. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We had a lot of powdered milk in our home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Mix together the sugar and powdered milk and stir into the hot milk in a steady stream. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His pointy face appeared heavily powdered. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Next we'll be bringing back rickets and powdered egg. The Sun (2012)Her face was powdered white. Times, Sunday Times (2008)People are stocking up on petrol, food and powdered milk as the feeling takes hold that the country is on the verge of upheaval. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For years, secrecy surrounded the products, which come in liquid and powdered form. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Salt and pepper are provided in liquid form; the powdered form is too great a hazard to astronauts' eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pizza topped with crickets and algae - high in protein and easily stored in powdered form - will be the first recipe tested. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'powdered'
British English: powdered ADJECTIVE
A powdered substance is one which is in the form of a powder although it can come in a different form.
There are only two tins of powdered milk left.
- American English: powdered
- Brazilian Portuguese: em pó
- Chinese: 粉状的
- European Spanish: en polvo
- French: en poudre
- German: gepulvert
- Italian: in polvere
- Japanese: 粉の
- Korean: 분말 형태의
- European Portuguese: em pó
- Spanish: en polvo
Definition of powdered from the Collins English Dictionary
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