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Urdu meanings of SAUCE with examples

Sauce (Chatni)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 SAUCE

چٹنی ۔
2 SAUCE
Noun
چٹنی ،اچار ، مسالہ ، نمک مرچ لگانا ، چٹ پٹا بنانا ۔
3 SAUCE

چٹنی ۔
4 SAUCE
Noun
چٹنی یا چٹنی جیسی شے ۔
5 SAUCE
Verb
نمک مرچ لگانا ۔ نمک چھڑکنا ۔ چٹنی لگانا ۔

sauce

[saws]
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noun
1.
any preparation, usually liquid or semiliquid, eaten as a gravy or as a relish accompanying food.
2.
stewed fruit, often puréed and served as an accompaniment to meat, dessert, or other food:
cranberry sauce.
3.
something that adds piquance or zest.
4.
Informal. impertinence; sauciness.
5.
Slang. hard liquor (usually preceded by the):
He's on the sauce again.
6.
Archaic. garden vegetables eaten with meat.
verb (used with object), sauced, saucing.
7.
to dress or prepare with sauce; season:
meat well sauced.
8.
to make a sauce of:
Tomatoes must be sauced while ripe.
9.
to give piquance or zest to.
10.
to make agreeable or less harsh.
11.
Informal. to speak impertinently or saucily to.

Origin

Middle English
Middle French
Late Latin
Latin
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English < Middle French < Late Latin salsa, noun use of feminine of Latin salsus salted, past participle of sallere to salt, derivative of sāl salt
elated forms
sauceless, adjective
oversauce, verb (used with object), oversauced, oversaucing.


Examples from the web for sauce

  • Bring the stock, soy sauce and sugar to a boil in a small sauce pan.
  • Put the rice sticks in a bowl and ladle the vegetables and sauce on top.
  • When supplies ran out, some consumers turned to soy sauce and fermented bean curd, because of their saltiness.

British Dictionary definitions for sauce

sauce

/sɔːs/
noun
1.
any liquid or semiliquid preparation eaten with food to enhance its flavour
2.
anything that adds piquancy
3.
(US & Canadian) stewed fruit

Word Origin and History for sauce

n.
mid-14c., from Old French sauce, sausse, from Latin salsa "things salted, salt food," noun use of fem. singular or neuter plural of adjective salsus "salted," from past participle of Old Latin sallere "to salt," from sal (genitive salis) "salt" ).

Meaning "something which adds piquancy to words or actions" is recorded from c.1500; sense of "impertinence" first recorded 1835 . Slang meaning "liquor" first attested 1940.
v.
mid-15c., "to season," from sauce (n.). From 1862 as "to speak impertinently." Related: Sauced ; saucing.

Encyclopedia Article for sauce

liquid or semiliquid mixture that is added to a food as it cooks or that is served with it. Sauces provide flavour, moisture, and a contrast in texture and colour. They may also serve as a medium in which food is contained, for example, the veloute sauce of creamed chicken. Seasoning liquids (soy sauce, hot pepper sauce, fish sauce, Worcestershire sauce) are used both as ingredients in cooking and at table as condiments.

Difficulty index for sauce

All English speakers likely know this word

Quotes with sauce

Room, room, make room for the bouncing belly, First father of sauce, and deviser of jelly,
Ben Jonson
They played the eloquent tum-tum, And lived on scalps served up in rum— The only sauce they knew.
Sir William Schwenck Gilbert
There's no sauce in the world like hunger.
Miguel De Cervantes

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