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bouil·lon

 (bo͝ol′yŏn′, -yən, bo͞o′yŏn′)
n.
A clear thin broth made typically by simmering beef or chicken in water with seasonings.

[French, from Old French, from boulir, to boil, from Latin bullīre, from bulla, bubble.]

bouillon

(ˈbuːjɒn)
n
(Cookery) a plain unclarified broth or stock
[C18: from French, from bouillir to boil1]

bouil•lon

(ˈbʊl yɒn, -yən, ˈbu-, buˈyɔ̃)

n.
a clear, usu. seasoned broth made by straining the liquid in which beef, chicken, etc., has been cooked.
[1650–60; < French, =bouill(ir) to boil1 + -on n. suffix]

bouillon

The unclarified stock or broth from fish, meat or vegetables.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bouillon - a clear seasoned brothbouillon - a clear seasoned broth    
broth - a thin soup of meat or fish or vegetable stock
Translations

bouillon

[ˈbuːjɔːŋ]
A. Ncaldo m
B. CPD bouillon cube Ncubito m de caldo

bouillon

[ˈbuːjɒn] n (= stock) → bouillon m

bouillon

bouil·lon

n. caldo, líquido alimenticio.
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She acceded to the suggestion of bouillon, which was grateful and acceptable.
And if truth to life is the main thing the drama should keep in view, how is it possible for any average understanding to be satisfied when the action is supposed to pass in the time of King Pepin or Charlemagne, and the principal personage in it they represent to be the Emperor Heraclius who entered Jerusalem with the cross and won the Holy Sepulchre, like Godfrey of Bouillon, there being years innumerable between the one and the other?
There are the Prince de Conti, the Duc de Longueville, the Duc de Beaufort, the Duc de Bouillon, the Marechal de la Mothe, the Marquis de Sevigne, and I don't know who, for my part.
As to the cardinal, he contented himself with touching with his withered lips a bouillon, served in a gold cup.
Observe in a family some old charwoman who can make beds, sweep the floors, carry away the dirty linen, who knows where the silver is kept, how the creditors should be pacified, what persons should be let in and who must be kept out of the house, and such a creature, even if she has all the vices, and is dirty, decrepit, and toothless, or puts into the lottery and steals thirty sous a day for her stake, and you will find the masters like her from habit, talk and consult in her hearing upon even critical matters; she comes and goes, suggests resources, gets on the scent of secrets, brings the rouge or the shawl at the right moment, lets herself be scolded and pushed downstairs, and the next morning reappears smiling with an excellent bouillon.
Curry Quinoa Soup 1/4 cup quinoa 1 cup TVP chicken bits 1 cup dehydrated mushrooms 1 tablespoon dehydrated celery 1/2 cup dried apple dices 1 tablespoon chicken bouillon 1 tablespoon dehydrated onion 1 tablespoon dry milk 1 tablespoon curry powder 1 teaspoon paprika 1/2 teaspoon pepper Mix with 8 cups of water and cook for 30 minutes or until vegetables are to the desired doneness.
Have you noticed how the broth, stock and bouillon section of the grocery store has blossomed and expanded over the past few years?
The Karacabey factory first opened in 1989 and will now also make Maggi brand bouillon for the growing Saudi Arabian market.
HEALTHY Poached salmon This delicious way to poach salmon in a court bouillon broth is a regular in my house.
2 litres hot vegetable bouillon/ stock (made with vegetable bouillon powder) Soured cream or single cream, to garnish Fresh chives, to garnish.
of New South Wales, Australia) and Bouillon (French Institut de Recherche pour le DA[c]veloppement) compile five chapters that examine the migration of individuals from francophone African countries in the 1990s to South Africa.
Bouillon is one of Germany's leading social philosophers and currently professor of philosophy at the University of Trier (an old, midsized town in the triangle of France, Luxembourg, and Germany).