Definition of 'scrambled eggs'
Example sentences containing 'scrambled eggs'
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Josh asked a couple of questions, then the scrambled eggs and bacon arrived. KICK BACK (2002)`I could cook you some dinner, so long as it's scrambled eggs. THE WHITE DOVE (2002)He was duly diagnosed as having flu, and put back to bed, where he was plied with aspirin and scrambled eggs. SACRAMENT (2002)
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Translations for 'scrambled eggs'
British English: scrambled eggs /ˈskræmbld ɛɡz/ NOUN
Scrambled eggs are eggs that have been broken, mixed together, and then heated and stirred in a pan.
- American English: scrambled eggs
- Arabic: بَيْضٌ مَقْلِيٌّ مـَمْزُوجٌ صَفَارُهُ بِبَيَاضِهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ovos mexidos
- Chinese: 炒鸡蛋
- Croatian: kajgana
- Czech: míchaná vejce
- Danish: røræg
- Dutch: roereieren
- European Spanish: huevos revueltos
- Finnish: munakokkeli
- French: œufs brouillés
- German: Rührei
- Greek: αβγά στραπατσάδα
- Italian: uova strapazzate
- Japanese: 炒り卵
- Korean: 스크램블드 에그
- Norwegian: eggerøre
- Polish: jajecznica
- European Portuguese: ovos mexidos
- Romanian: omletă
- Russian: яичница-болтунья
- Spanish: huevos revueltos
- Swedish: äggröra
- Thai: ไข่คน
- Turkish: çırpılmış yumurta
- Ukrainian: омлет
- Vietnamese: món trứng bác
Definition of scrambled eggs from the Collins English Dictionary
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