Definition of 'rye'
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The leftover crème fraîche can be spread over rye toast with a piece of smoked salmon or added to a bowl of soup. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is found in wheat, but also barley, rye and other grains. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Serve with 2 poached eggs and 1 slice of rye toast. The Sun (2016)Now stadium officials have decided to turf out the rye grass surface and lay a fresh pitch. The Sun (2009)Experiments on mixing rye grass with clover were showing this could work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir in the rye flakes and oats. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Serve with two poached eggs and slice of sourdough or rye toast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Serve with a small slice of rye toast. The Sun (2013)Pile it all onto your rye toast and top it off with a generous dollop of sour cream. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are 100 per cent perennial rye grass. Times, Sunday Times (2013)No oats here, only wheat or rye flour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is worth remembering that rye flour contains gluten, so is not suitable for people avoiding this. The Sun (2014)The animals would have provided milk and meat, while oats and rye were grown in surrounding fields. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Its spelt sourdough combines wheat, rye and spelt for a thick crisp crust with an exceptional flavour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A handful of the grain rye is found in his pocket. The Sun (2009)A small bowl of muesli or porridge is ideal, as is poached eggs on rye or granary toast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Try Whole wheat, grain or rye. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another common grass, perennial rye grass, is much more popular as fodder and is very nutritious. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A good grain to test early is rice, as it is less likely to cause symptoms than wheat or rye. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)I asked for rye toast. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can still eat rice and potatoes but must swap all wheat, barley and rye for gluten-free alternatives. The Sun (2012)There's no need to miss out if you have to steer clear of foods containing wheat, barley and rye. The Sun (2016)Made from pure rye flour, or a rye and wheat flour mix, this is a dark dense loaf with a heavy texture. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We should eat more leafy vegetables and avoid gluten, a protein found in grains such as wheat, rye and barley and in processed foods. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Made with rye and wholegrain wheat, these are high in fibre with the sourdough making them slower to digest, so keeping you full for longer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'rye'
British English: rye /raɪ/ NOUN
Rye is a cereal grown in cold countries. Its grains can be used to make flour, bread, or other foods.
One of the first crops that I grew when we came here was rye.
- American English: rye
- Arabic: جاوْدار
- Brazilian Portuguese: centeio
- Chinese: 裸麦
- Croatian: raž
- Czech: žito
- Danish: rug
- Dutch: rogge
- European Spanish: centeno
- Finnish: ruis
- French: seigle
- German: Roggen
- Greek: σίκαλη
- Italian: segale
- Japanese: ライ麦
- Korean: 호밀
- Norwegian: rug
- Polish: żyto
- European Portuguese: centeio
- Romanian: secară
- Russian: рожь
- Spanish: centeno
- Swedish: råg
- Thai: ธัญพืชคล้ายข้าวสาลี
- Turkish: çavdar
- Ukrainian: жито
- Vietnamese: lúa mạch đen
Definition of rye from the Collins English Dictionary
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