Definition of 'lettuce'
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Example sentences containing 'lettuce'
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Egg or prawn mayonnaise with lettuce and tomato. The Sun (2016)A horse also died and its rider was rendered unconscious on a nearby beach covered in the same bright green sea lettuce. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Wash the whole lettuce hearts and shake dry. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Arrange a leaf of curly lettuce or chicory and over each leaf place a few berries. A Passion for Food (1989)Arrange the lettuce on a large platter or in a shallow bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Serve two pitta halves per person alongside the shredded iceberg lettuce. The Sun (2014)Serve the salmon and mash with an iceberg lettuce and sliced pear salad. The Sun (2010)Pour over a wedge of iceberg lettuce and add the bacon and cherry tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It looks pretty piled into curls of crisp lettuce heart with or without a crumble of feta cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There were times she resembled a dancing lettuce leaf when she needed to have the strength of a cucumber. The Sun (2009)Top the crushed potato with the salmon mixture and serve with some lettuce or green salad drizzled with balsamic vinegar. The Sun (2015)You will need buns, lettuce and chopped tomatoes to serve. The Sun (2013)This chicken recipe is perfect as a spin on the old bacon, lettuce and tomato combo. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For a larger lettuce, pick a suitable variety and let it mature. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Top with the cooked burgers and a handful of lamb 's lettuce leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The food is all pink and green; lettuce and prawns and salmon and cucumbers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Trim the lettuce hearts, discarding any damaged leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Arrange the lamb 's lettuce over serving platter. The Sun (2015)Serve on a wholegrain bun with fresh lettuce, tomato and onion slices. The Sun (2007)The acidity cuts through the egg yolk, while the greener flavours complement the chives and the lettuce hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The green is the most like land plants and includes sea lettuce, which is used in salads and soups. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Dark green leafy choices such as spinach and dark green and red lettuce are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When ready to serve, sprinkle the duck, potato pancakes and lettuce with sea salt flakes. The Sun (2014)The algae, known as sea lettuce, is edible and is said to boost health. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'lettuce'
British English: lettuce /ˈlɛtɪs/ NOUN
A lettuce is a plant with large green leaves that you eat in salads.
- American English: lettuce
- Arabic: خَسٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: alface
- Chinese: 生菜
- Croatian: salata
- Czech: hlávkový salát
- Danish: salat
- Dutch: sla
- European Spanish: lechuga
- Finnish: lehtisalaatti
- French: laitue
- German: Blattsalat
- Greek: μαρούλι
- Italian: lattuga
- Japanese: レタス
- Korean: 상추
- Norwegian: salat
- Polish: sałata
- European Portuguese: alface
- Romanian: lăptucă
- Russian: салат-латук
- Spanish: lechuga
- Swedish: sallat
- Thai: ผักกาดที่ใส่ในสลัด
- Turkish: marul
- Ukrainian: салат-латук
- Vietnamese: rau diếp
Definition of lettuce from the Collins English Dictionary
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