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lard

 (lärd)
n.
The white solid or semisolid rendered fat of a hog.
tr.v. lard·ed, lard·ing, lards
1. To cover or coat with lard or a similar fat.
2. To insert strips of fat or bacon in (meat) before cooking.
3.
a. To enrich or lace heavily with extra material; embellish: larded the report with quotations.
b. To fill throughout; inject: "The history of Sicily was larded with treachery" (Mario Puzo).

[Middle English, from Old French larde, from Latin lārdum.]

lard′y adj.

lard

(lɑːd)
n
1. (Cookery) the rendered fat from a pig, esp from the abdomen, used in cooking
2. informal excess fat on a person's body
vb (tr)
3. (Cookery) to prepare (lean meat, poultry, etc) by inserting small strips of bacon or fat before cooking
4. (Cookery) to cover or smear (foods) with lard
5. to add extra material to (speech or writing); embellish
[C15: via Old French from Latin lāridum bacon fat]
ˈlardˌlike adj

lard

(lɑrd)
n.
1. the rendered fat of hogs, esp. the internal fat of the abdomen.
v.t.
2. to apply lard or grease to.
3. to insert strips of fat in (lean meat) before cooking.
4. to supplement or enrich with something for improvement or ornamentation: a literary work larded with allusions.
[1300–50; Middle English < Middle French larder (v.), lard (n.) < Latin lār(i)dum bacon]
lard′like`, adj.
lard•y, adj.

lard


Past participle: larded
Gerund: larding

Imperative
lard
lard
Present
I lard
you lard
he/she/it lards
we lard
you lard
they lard
Preterite
I larded
you larded
he/she/it larded
we larded
you larded
they larded
Present Continuous
I am larding
you are larding
he/she/it is larding
we are larding
you are larding
they are larding
Present Perfect
I have larded
you have larded
he/she/it has larded
we have larded
you have larded
they have larded
Past Continuous
I was larding
you were larding
he/she/it was larding
we were larding
you were larding
they were larding
Past Perfect
I had larded
you had larded
he/she/it had larded
we had larded
you had larded
they had larded
Future
I will lard
you will lard
he/she/it will lard
we will lard
you will lard
they will lard
Future Perfect
I will have larded
you will have larded
he/she/it will have larded
we will have larded
you will have larded
they will have larded
Future Continuous
I will be larding
you will be larding
he/she/it will be larding
we will be larding
you will be larding
they will be larding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been larding
you have been larding
he/she/it has been larding
we have been larding
you have been larding
they have been larding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been larding
you will have been larding
he/she/it will have been larding
we will have been larding
you will have been larding
they will have been larding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been larding
you had been larding
he/she/it had been larding
we had been larding
you had been larding
they had been larding
Conditional
I would lard
you would lard
he/she/it would lard
we would lard
you would lard
they would lard
Past Conditional
I would have larded
you would have larded
he/she/it would have larded
we would have larded
you would have larded
they would have larded

lard

1. To thread thin strips of fat through meat which is too lean.
2. Natural or refined fat from a pig.

Lard

Rendered hog fat.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lard - soft white semisolid fat obtained by rendering the fatty tissue of the hoglard - soft white semisolid fat obtained by rendering the fatty tissue of the hog
pig, squealer, Sus scrofa, grunter, hog - domestic swine
edible fat - oily or greasy matter making up the bulk of fatty tissue in animals and in seeds and other plant tissue
Verb1.lard - prepare or cook with lard; "lard meat"
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
ready, prepare, cook, fix, make - prepare for eating by applying heat; "Cook me dinner, please"; "can you make me an omelette?"; "fix breakfast for the guests, please"
2.lard - add details to
glorify - cause to seem more splendid; "You are glorifying a rather mediocre building"
exaggerate, hyperbolise, hyperbolize, overstate, amplify, magnify, overdraw - to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
Translations
شَحْم خَنْزيريضَع أو يُغَطِّي بِشَحْم الخَنْزير
omastit sádlemvepřové sádlo
spækspække
disznózsírmegzsírozszalonna
smyrja meî svínafeitisvínafeiti
lydyti kiaulės taukaipatepti taukaissmaigstyti lašiniais
cūku taukiiespeķotietaukot
bravčová masť
ister
domuz yağıdomuz yağı ile yağlamak

lard

[lɑːd]
A. Nmanteca f de cerdo
B. VTlardear, mechar (fig) to lard sth withsalpicar algo de, adornar algo con

lard

[ˈlɑːrd] n (= cooking fat) → saindoux m

lard

vt (esp Brit) → mit Schweineschmalz bestreichen; (with strips of bacon, fig) → spicken

lard

[lɑːd]
1. nstrutto
2. vt (speech, writing) to lard withinfarcire di

lard

(laːd) noun
the melted fat of the pig, used in cooking.
verb
to put lard on; to cover with lard.

lard

n. manteca, grasa de origen animal.

lard

n manteca (de cerdo)
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