Definition of 'spice'
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Transfer to a bowl and mix well with the ground spice mix. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can spice up your life and help a great cause too. The Sun (2010)For drinking young with some fruit in the flavour and spice in the bouquet. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)They need to learn how to prepare spices. The Sun (2013)The hotel gardens produce herbs and spices. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Variety adds spice to your marriage and joy to your husband. Christianity Today (2000) Sugar and spice and all things nice. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When they come to us we need to spice things up. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Links with the sports world will add spice to your life. The Sun (2010) Put the spice mixture in a food processor with the peppers. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Mix the spices and salt together and coat the fish until completely covered. The Sun (2016)And that dusty spice flavour reminds you of cheap mulled wine. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some might say variety is the spice of life. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Good winemakers use oak to season their wines in the same way that top chefs use herbs and spices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Put 50g of the caster sugar in a saucepan with the spices and orange zest. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's the prodigal royals we remember who so often give history its spice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Melt the butter in a pan, add the ginger and the spices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One of the components of Chinese five spice powder. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Prepare the spices and flavourings. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It serves one and tastes as good as it looks - the aromatic spices are nicely set off by a lightly spiced tomato sauce. The Sun (2011)To make the spice cure, zest the orange, trim the chilli and peel the shallot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Look out for: a creamy consistency with unbroken pieces of rice, plus a balance of sweetness and nutmeg spice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'spice'
British English: spice /spaɪs/ NOUN
A spice is a part of a plant, or a powder made from that part, which you put in food to give it flavour.
...herbs and spices.
- American English: spice
- Arabic: تَابِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: especiaria
- Chinese: 香料
- Croatian: začin
- Czech: koření
- Danish: krydderi
- Dutch: specerij
- European Spanish: especia
- Finnish: mauste
- French: épice
- German: Gewürz
- Greek: μπαχαρικό
- Italian: spezia
- Japanese: 香辛料
- Korean: 향신료
- Norwegian: krydder
- Polish: przyprawa
- European Portuguese: especiaria
- Romanian: condiment
- Russian: специя
- Spanish: especia
- Swedish: krydda
- Thai: เครื่องเทศ
- Turkish: baharat
- Ukrainian: спеція
- Vietnamese: gia vị
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