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yo·gurt

also yo·ghurt  (yō′gərt)
n.
A custardlike food with a tart flavor, prepared from milk curdled by bacteria, especially Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and often sweetened or flavored.

[Turkish yoğurt, from Old Turkic yoğrut.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yoghurt - a custard-like food made from curdled milkyoghurt - a custard-like food made from curdled milk
solid food, food - any solid substance (as opposed to liquid) that is used as a source of nourishment; "food and drink"
frozen yogurt - a soft frozen dessert of sweetened flavored yogurt
dairy product - milk and butter and cheese
blueberry yogurt - yogurt with sweetened blueberries or blueberry jam
Translations
jogurt
jogurtyoghurt
jogurt
ماست
jogurtti
jogurt
joghurt
yoghurt
ヨーグルト
요구르트
iaurt
jogurt
jogurt
yoghurt
นมเปรี้ยว
йогуртюґурт
sữa chua

yoghurt

yogurt [ˈjɒgərt ˈjəʊgərt] nyaourt m, yogourt myoghurt pot npot m de yaourt

yoghurt

yoghourt, yogurt [ˈjɒgət] nyogurt m inv

yoghurt

لَبَـن jogurt yoghurt Joghurt γιαούρτι yogurt jogurtti yaourt jogurt yogurt ヨーグルト 요구르트 yoghurt youghurt jogurt iogurte йогурт yoghurt นมเปรี้ยว yoğurt sữa chua 酸奶

yo·gurt

, yoghurt
n. yogur, leche fermentada por la acción del Lactobacillus bulgaricus a la que se le atribuyen valores nutritivos y terapéuticos.
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It is used to make foods like yogourt look whiter and to reduce caking in dry goods.
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The book lovingly details the everydayness of her environment--here's Sharon's bathroom, with yogourt tubs stacked on the side for rinsing a young daughter's hair.
MARIA MOLINER NOS RECUERDA QUE PROVIENE DE LA PALABRA TURCA YOGURT --RELACIONADA CON EL VERBO YOGMAK, QUE QUIERE DECIR <<QUE SE CUAJA O COAGULA>>--QUE PASO AL FRANCES COMO YOGOURT, YAOURT, YOGHOURT Y, POR OTRO LADO, COMO YOGHURT, YOGURT O YOHOURT AL INGLES, VARIANTES TODAS QUE DESIGNAN A LA LECHE CUAJADA POR FERMENTACION LACTICA GRACIAS A LA ACCION BACTERIANA.
Phrasally V-[j]V occurs only in words of foreign origin, as in le yogourt.
See "Le Temps des bouffons, Prise 2" in La liberte n'estpas une marque de yogourt for the complete text of the film's voice-over commentary (73-76).