breadbin


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breadbin

(ˈbrɛdbɪn)
n
(Cookery) Brit a household container for bread, usually quite small
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breadbin

[ˈbredbɪn] Npanera f

breadbin

[ˈbrɛdbɪn] n (British) (gen)boîte f à pain; (larger)huche f à pain

breadbin

[ˈbrɛdˌbɪn] n (Brit) → cassetta f portapane inv
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She thought for a second he'd come to give her a hug, but instead he held up the crumpled letter from school, which she must have shoved behind the breadbin.
But I did spy a kettle and toaster set plus a breadbin from another company.
QI am looking for a vintage-style breadbin - the old enamel or tin ones.
It's more splashes of it around the kitchen - like the breadbin.
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Besnard was again in inspirational form as Dinnis made the breakthrough with a cracking shot and Christina Breadbin thumped home a loose ball in the D.
The Domestic Goddess features all her favourite items from a whisk - apparently she always carries one - and a breadbin with a lid that doubles as a cutting board.
The Domestic Goddess features all her favourite items from a whisk - apparently she always carries one in her handbag - and a breadbin with a lid that doubles as a cutting board.
You can make the breadcrumbs from any old stale bread you have in the breadbin which gives a lovely, rough texture.
Reach for a doorstep from the breadbin, crunch into a ball and wipe over the floor.