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cas·se·role

 (kăs′ə-rōl′)
n.
1.
a. A dish, usually of earthenware, glass, or cast iron, in which food is both baked and served.
b. Food prepared and served in such a dish.
2. Chemistry A small-handled, deep porcelain crucible used for heating and evaporating.

[French, saucepan, diminutive of Old French casse, ladle, pan, from Old Provençal cassa, from Medieval Latin cattia, dipper, from Greek kuathion, diminutive of kuathos, ladle.]

casserole

(ˈkæsəˌrəʊl)
n
1. (Cookery) a covered dish of earthenware, glass, etc, in which food is cooked and served. Also called: casserole dish
2. (Cookery) any food cooked and served in such a dish: chicken casserole.
vb
(Cookery) to cook or be cooked in a casserole
[C18: from French, from Old French casse ladle, pan for dripping, from Old Provençal cassa, from Late Latin cattia dipper, from Greek kuathion, diminutive of kuathos cup]

cas•se•role

(ˈkæs əˌroʊl)
n.
1. a usu. large covered baking dish of glass, pottery, etc.
2. any food, esp. a mixture, baked in such a dish.
3. a small dish with a handle, used for heating substances in a chemical laboratory.
[1700–10; < French: ladlelike pan <casse small saucepan (< Old Provençal cassa large spoon]

casserole

- Came from casse, "pan" or "ladle," which probably comes from Greek kuathos, "serving cup"; casserole is a diminutive of casse, "spoonlike container" (cassette is also a diminutive of casse).
See also related terms for pan.

casserole


Past participle: casseroled
Gerund: casseroling

Imperative
casserole
casserole
Present
I casserole
you casserole
he/she/it casseroles
we casserole
you casserole
they casserole
Preterite
I casseroled
you casseroled
he/she/it casseroled
we casseroled
you casseroled
they casseroled
Present Continuous
I am casseroling
you are casseroling
he/she/it is casseroling
we are casseroling
you are casseroling
they are casseroling
Present Perfect
I have casseroled
you have casseroled
he/she/it has casseroled
we have casseroled
you have casseroled
they have casseroled
Past Continuous
I was casseroling
you were casseroling
he/she/it was casseroling
we were casseroling
you were casseroling
they were casseroling
Past Perfect
I had casseroled
you had casseroled
he/she/it had casseroled
we had casseroled
you had casseroled
they had casseroled
Future
I will casserole
you will casserole
he/she/it will casserole
we will casserole
you will casserole
they will casserole
Future Perfect
I will have casseroled
you will have casseroled
he/she/it will have casseroled
we will have casseroled
you will have casseroled
they will have casseroled
Future Continuous
I will be casseroling
you will be casseroling
he/she/it will be casseroling
we will be casseroling
you will be casseroling
they will be casseroling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been casseroling
you have been casseroling
he/she/it has been casseroling
we have been casseroling
you have been casseroling
they have been casseroling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been casseroling
you will have been casseroling
he/she/it will have been casseroling
we will have been casseroling
you will have been casseroling
they will have been casseroling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been casseroling
you had been casseroling
he/she/it had been casseroling
we had been casseroling
you had been casseroling
they had been casseroling
Conditional
I would casserole
you would casserole
he/she/it would casserole
we would casserole
you would casserole
they would casserole
Past Conditional
I would have casseroled
you would have casseroled
he/she/it would have casseroled
we would have casseroled
you would have casseroled
they would have casseroled

casserole

To cook meat, seafood or poultry with vegetables in the oven in a casserole dish.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.casserole - food cooked and served in a casserolecasserole - food cooked and served in a casserole
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
chicken casserole - chicken cooked and served in a casserole
2.casserole - large deep dish in which food can be cooked and served
cocotte - a small casserole in which individual portions can be cooked and served
dish - a piece of dishware normally used as a container for holding or serving food; "we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present"
Translations
إناءُ طَبْخٍ فُخّاريطَعامٌ مَطْبوخٌ في إناءٍ فُخّاريكَسْرُولَة
jídlo dušené v troubějídlo uvařené v rendlíkukastrolrendlík
gryderetildfast fad
laatikkopataruokavuoka
složenac
ragu tűzálló tálbantûzálló tál
eldföst leirskálpottréttur
キャセロール蒸し焼き
캐서롤
troškintuvastroškinys
kastrolissautējums
jedlo v kastróli
gryta
อาหารอบจากหม้อที่มีฝาปิด
món thịt hầm

casserole

[ˈkæsərəʊl]
A. N (= utensil) → cacerola f, cazuela f; (= food) → guiso m, cazuela f
B. VThacer un guiso de

casserole

[ˈkæsərəʊl] n
(= food) → ragoût m
to make a casserole → faire un ragoût
I'm going to make a casserole → Je vais faire un ragoût.
(also casserole dish) → cocotte f

casserole

n (Cook) → Schmortopf m, → Kasserolle f; a lamb casserole, a casserole of lambeine Lammkasserolle
vtschmoren

casserole

[ˈkæsəˌrəʊl] n (utensil) → casseruola (a due manici); (food) chicken/veal casserolepollo/vitello in casseruola

casserole

(ˈkӕsərəul) noun
1. a covered dish in which food is both cooked and served. an earthenware casserole.
2. the food cooked in a casserole. I've made a casserole for dinner.

casserole

كَسْرُولَة jídlo dušené v troubě gryderet Schmortopf κατσαρόλα cacerola, guiso pataruoka cocotte složenac casseruola キャセロール 캐서롤 stoofschotel gryte zapiekanka caçarola тушеная пища gryta อาหารอบจากหม้อที่มีฝาปิด türlü món thịt hầm 砂锅菜
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