Definition of 'topping'
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Add the toppings and serve. The Sun (2016)Italy relies on Adriatic anchovies as its primary source of the fish, which is a popular ingredient in pasta sauces and pizza toppings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Top it with mozzarella and your favourite pizza toppings. The Sun (2015)Additional charges apply for cheese crust and extra toppings. The Sun (2011)Then just add toppings of your choice. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Just add your toppings to your burger and wrap around. The Sun (2016)Too generous with the pizza toppings? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Consider your preference for pizza toppings. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Each split serves two; for three just add another scoop of ice cream and toppings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Scatter with the toppings, add a sprinkle of thyme leaves and a grinding of pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The most authentic Chicago pizza pies arrive swimming in tomato sauce and laden with all manner of toppings and cheese. The Sun (2009) Add toppings and leave for a couple of minutes until the bottom has browned, before finishing the top under a very hot grill. The Sun (2014)American menus constantly tempt you to consume more - add extra toppings to your pizza for $1 each? Times, Sunday Times (2009)WHY not try making your own simple pizzas with different toppings, like Annie? The Sun (2010)For dinner I'll cook a pasta dish with vegetables or jacket potatoes with different toppings. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'topping'
British English: topping NOUN
A topping is food that is poured or put on top of other food in order to decorate it or add to its flavour.
Definition of topping from the Collins English Dictionary
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