Definition of 'pulp'
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Rinse them to remove all the pulp and spread them out to dry overnight. The Sun (2011)The leftover pulp has no use and is dug back into the ground. The East India Company Book of Coffee (1994)Do not use pulp as it will destroy the bubbles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Mash four large strawberries with a fork and spread the pulp on the skin. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Squeeze out any juice from the pulp and discard. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Pour the sugar and lemon juice over the pulp and stir through the fresh bay leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The writing too is more evolved than you would have found in Victorian pulp fiction. The Sun (2013)Place the peel, juice and pulp in the milk. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Peel, finely chop and crush the garlic with a generous pinch of salt to make a juicy pulp. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add the sugar, stirring with a wooden spoon as it dissolves while working the apples into a soft pulp. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The former Pulp frontman moaned that people in the new luxury residence would be able to see him in his pyjamas. The Sun (2012)Stir in 3 tbsp sugar, stirring while working the apples to a soft pulp. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Alternatively, chop up small, blend and strain the juice from the pulp. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Wood pulp and glue? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Put the fruit pulp, butter, sugar and lemon juice in a heatproof bowl that fits the top of a saucepan. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A smoothie that gives you 150ml of juice plus 80g of fruit pulp counts as two towards your five a day. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'pulp'
British English: pulp NOUN
If an object is pressed into a pulp, it is crushed or beaten until it is soft, smooth, and wet.
The olives are crushed to a pulp by stone rollers.
British English: pulp ADJECTIVE
People refer to stories or novels as pulp fiction when they consider them to be of poor quality and intentionally shocking or sensational.
...lurid '50s pulp novels.
- American English: pulp
- Brazilian Portuguese: tipo de publicação antiga considerada de má qualidade
- Chinese: 低俗
- European Spanish: de literatura popular
- French: de gare
- German: Schund-
- Italian: pulp
- Japanese: 低俗な
- Korean: 저속한
- European Portuguese: tipo de publicação antiga considerada de má qualidade
- Spanish: de literatura popular
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