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Mix with one teaspoon of oil. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It has two calories per teaspoon compared with sugar at 16 calories per teaspoon. The Sun (2017)To fight colds, aim to have three teaspoons a day. The Sun (2016) Use teaspoon to ladle cheese over each serving. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are about three teaspoons of sugar in each bar. The Sun (2013)Sprinkle one teaspoon of the mixture into the cavity of the duck. The Sun (2014)Take a generous teaspoon of the dough and place on the prepared baking tray. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The product contained up to five teaspoons of added sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Use a teaspoon to spread a little icing on to each cake. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She has three teaspoons of sugar in numerous cups of tea. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Add a heaped teaspoon of sugar to the egg whites. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Use a teaspoon to scoop out the meat from the body and shell. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Serve the soup with three or four teaspoons of mixture. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you use a heaped teaspoon instead of a flat teaspoon it can totally change the nature of a cake. The Sun (2013)Scoop out a hole in the centre of the custard with a teaspoon and put in some of the rhubarb jam. Times, Sunday Times (2014) One heaped teaspoon gives 20 per cent of adult recommended daily allowance. The Sun (2008)Then, put a heaped teaspoon of the mixture on to one of the baking trays. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These contain a teaspoon of sugar each so they don't really need added jam. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Put 4-6 teaspoons of the mixture on each lined baking sheet. The Sun (2012)Not bad for salt and has 1.5 teaspoons of sugar. The Sun (2014)Make up with 200ml of skimmed milk and three teaspoons of powder. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When the butter is melted, beat in one teaspoon of fresh lime juice for each tablespoon of butter. The Sun (2011)A small teaspoon of brown sugar works well, too. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To stuff the prunes, open them a little where the stone has been removed and push in some mango chutney with a small teaspoon. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Adults should eat no more than 6g daily - one rounded teaspoon. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'teaspoon'
British English: teaspoon /ˈtiːˌspuːn/ NOUN
A teaspoon is a small spoon that you use to put sugar into tea or coffee.
He wants three teaspoons of sugar in his coffee.
- American English: teaspoon
- Arabic: مِلْعَقَةُ شَاي
- Brazilian Portuguese: colher de chá
- Chinese: 茶匙
- Croatian: žličica
- Czech: čajová lžička
- Danish: teske
- Dutch: theelepel
- European Spanish: cucharilla
- Finnish: teelusikka
- French: cuiller à café
- German: Teelöffel
- Greek: κουτάλι γλυκού
- Italian: cucchiaino
- Japanese: ティースプーン
- Korean: 찻숟가락
- Norwegian: teskje
- Polish: łyżeczka (do herbaty)
- European Portuguese: colher de chá
- Romanian: linguriță
- Russian: чайная ложка
- Spanish: cucharita
- Swedish: tesked
- Thai: ช้อนชา
- Turkish: çay kaşığı
- Ukrainian: чайна ложка
- Vietnamese: thìa cà phê
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