Definition of 'sauce'
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The cheese sauce dribbling over his face. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This will help to release the garlicky flavour into the sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Season well and pour the sauce over your meat. The Sun (2014)Leave the birds to rest in a warm place while you prepare the sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stir in the mustard into the apple to make a creamy sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Serve with a squeeze of lime and a splash of hot sauce for a spicy kick. The Sun (2015)Stir each addition of milk well into the sauce before you add more. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This recipe uses sweet confit garlic and oyster sauce to transform it into something special. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stir sauce leftovers through pasta with boiled green beans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Simply make the usual white sauce while you boil the pasta. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The meat should be tender and the sauce thick and creamy. The Sun (2015)Pour cheese sauce over top and sprinkle with rest of cheese. Cooking with Beans and PulsesThis will help to add flavour to the sauce. The Sun (2015)Remove the tray from the oven and add the meat to the sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cover the meat with aluminium foil and allow to rest while you prepare the sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Season fish with salt and set aside while you make sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Pour the stock back into the pan and add the soy sauce and lime juice to taste. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Serve with the garlic and yogurt sauce. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'sauce'
British English: sauce /sɔːs/ NOUN
A sauce is a thick liquid which is served with other food.
...a sauce of garlic, tomatoes, and cheese.
- American English: sauce
- Arabic: صَلْصَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: molho
- Chinese: 酱汁
- Croatian: umak
- Czech: omáčka
- Danish: sovs
- Dutch: saus
- European Spanish: salsa
- Finnish: kastike
- French: sauce cuisinée
- German: Soße
- Greek: σάλτσα
- Italian: salsa
- Japanese: ソース
- Korean: 소스
- Norwegian: saus
- Polish: sos jedzenie
- European Portuguese: molho
- Romanian: sos
- Russian: соус
- Spanish: salsa
- Swedish: sås
- Thai: น้ำปรุงรส
- Turkish: sos
- Ukrainian: соус
- Vietnamese: xốt
Definition of sauce from the Collins English Dictionary
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