Definition of 'rosemary'
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Example sentences containing 'rosemary'
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Mix rosemary and garlic into the oil and spoon all over the loaf. The Sun (2016)Tie thyme, rosemary and bay with cotton. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Remove any giblets from the chicken and stuff it with rosemary, garlic and lemon wedges. The Sun (2016)The flavours of fresh rosemary and sour cherry really cut through the rich, gamey venison. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Finely chop garlic and rosemary. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pop a few mini sprigs of rosemary and a garlic slivers in middle of cheese, with a drizzle of olive oil. The Sun (2016)Put the chicken in a slow cooker and then sprinkle the chopped onion, rosemary and lemon juice and zest over it. The Sun (2017)It smells pretty good, too, with wild thyme and rosemary growing in the dunes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Stir in garlic, rosemary and bay leaves, cook one minute more. The Sun (2017)Her first gift to me was a rosemary plant in a pot. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Season well with salt and pepper and drizzle with a small amount of oil and the rosemary. The Sun (2012)Place in a plastic bag with the rosemary or thyme. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Roughly chop the remaining rosemary and sage and set aside. The Sun (2012)Finely chop the rosemary until it resembles green dust. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Add the garlic and rosemary and cook for a minute. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Place the rosemary in a small roasting tin and top with the garlic halves. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Scatter the prepared vegetables on the baking sheet and drizzle over the oil and chopped rosemary leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Finely chop the rosemary and remove the zest from half the lemon. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add the garlic and rosemary and cook for a few seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Place the lime juice and rosemary in a small bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Add thyme and rosemary and return to boil. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Chop rosemary leaves to dust and sprinkle over squash. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place chops over rosemary in a small pan. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Grilled mushrooms in oil and rosemary. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Beat in half the rosemary oil. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Lavender and rosemary are good, hardy plants. The Sun (2015)Few bay leaves and sprigs of thyme, rosemary or sage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Whisk in the oil and add zest, garlic and rosemary. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Stuff the inside of the chicken with a little of the dried lavender, fresh rosemary and salt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Fancy hiding amid olive groves and gardens full of lavender and rosemary, while staying at a gorgeous boutique hotel with a pool? Times, Sunday Times (2015)I planted box hedging, rosemary and lavender. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'rosemary'
British English: rosemary /ˈrəʊzmərɪ/ NOUN
Rosemary is a herb used in cooking. It comes from an evergreen plant with small narrow leaves.
- American English: rosemary
- Arabic: إِكْلِيلُ الـجَبَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: alecrim
- Chinese: 迷迭香
- Croatian: ružmarin
- Czech: rozmarýn
- Danish: rosmarin
- Dutch: rozemarijn
- European Spanish: romero
- Finnish: rosmariini
- French: romarin
- German: Rosmarin
- Greek: δεντρολίβανο
- Italian: rosmarino
- Japanese: ローズマリー
- Korean: 로즈메리
- Norwegian: rosmarin
- Polish: rozmaryn
- European Portuguese: alecrim
- Romanian: rozmarin
- Russian: розмарин
- Spanish: romero
- Swedish: rosmarin
- Thai: ไม้พุ่มสมุนไพร
- Turkish: biberiye
- Ukrainian: розмарин
- Vietnamese: cây hương thảo
Definition of rosemary from the Collins English Dictionary
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