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cus·tard

 (kŭs′tərd)
n.
A dish consisting of milk, eggs, flavoring, and sometimes sugar, boiled or baked until set.

[Middle English crustade, custard, a pie with a crust, probably from Old Provençal croustado; see croustade.]

cus′tard·y adj.

custard

(ˈkʌstəd)
n
1. (Cookery) a baked sweetened mixture of eggs and milk
2. (Cookery) a sauce made of milk and sugar and thickened with cornflour
[C15: alteration of Middle English crustade kind of pie, probably from Old Provençal croustado, from crosta crust]

cus•tard

(ˈkʌs tərd)

n.
a preparation, esp. a dessert, made with eggs, milk, and usu. sugar, baked or boiled until thickened.
[1400–50; metathetic variant of crustade kind of pie; compare Occitan croustado croustade]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.custard - sweetened mixture of milk and eggs baked or boiled or frozencustard - sweetened mixture of milk and eggs baked or boiled or frozen
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
creme caramel - baked custard topped with caramel
creme anglais - custard sauce flavored with vanilla or a liqueur
creme brulee - custard sprinkled with sugar and broiled
fruit custard - a custard containing fruit
Bavarian cream - a rich custard set with gelatin
Translations
بَيض وَحَليبحَلوى من الحَليب والسُّكّر والطحينكَسْتَرْد
anglický krémpudinkvaječný krémvanilkový krém
cremesovsæggecreme
vaniljakastike
krema od jaja i vanilije
öntetsodó
vanillubúîingur; enskur búîingurvanillusósa; ensk sósa
カスタード
커스터드
kiaušinių ir pieno kremassaldus kremas
olu krēmsolu saldā mērce
anglický krém
angleška krema
vaniljsås
คัสตาร์ด
kremkremayumurtalı krema
kem sữa trứng

custard

[ˈkʌstəd]
A. Nnatillas fpl (utilizada como acompañante en algunos postres) (also egg custard) → flan m
B. CPD custard apple N (Bot) → chirimoya f
custard cream N (= biscuit) → galleta f de crema
custard pie Npastel m de natillas; (= missile) → torta f de crema
custard powder Npolvos mpl para (hacer) natillas
custard tart Npastel m de crema

custard

[ˈkʌstərd] n (for pouring)crème f anglaise custard pie, custard powder, custard tartcustard pie ntarte f à la crèmecustard powder ncrème f anglaise en poudrecustard tart ntarte f à la crème

custard

n (= pouring custard)˜ Vanillesoße f; (= set custard)˜ Vanillepudding m

custard

:
custard apple
n (Bot) → Zimt- or Rahmapfel m
custard cream (biscuit)
nDoppelkeks m(mit Vanillecremefüllung)
custard pie
n (in slapstick) → Sahnetorte f
custard powder
n (for pouring custard) → ˜ Vanillesoßenpulver nt; (for set custard) → ˜ Vanillepuddingpulver nt
custard tart
n˜ Puddingtörtchen nt

custard

[ˈkʌstəd] n (pouring) → crema (pasticcera); (set) → budino

custard

(ˈkastəd) noun
1. milk, eggs etc cooked together and flavoured.
2. a sauce made of milk, sugar and cornflour for sweet dishes.

custard

كَسْتَرْد vanilkový krém cremesovs Vanillesoße κρέμα κάσταρντ natillas vaniljakastike crème anglaise krema od jaja i vanilije crema pasticcera カスタード 커스터드 vla eggekrem budyń creme de leite e ovos, leite creme заварной крем vaniljsås คัสตาร์ด krema kem sữa trứng 蛋奶糕

custard

n. flan, natilla.
References in classic literature ?
However, this bottle was NOT marked `poison,' so Alice ventured to taste it, and finding it very nice, (it had, in fact, a sort of mixed flavour of cherry-tart, custard, pine-apple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast,) she very soon finished it off.
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Well, she says I have Lancelot whipped to a custard.
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Within the pail were three slices of turkey, two slices of cold tongue, some lobster salad, four slices of bread and butter, a small custard pie, an orange and nine large strawberries, and some nuts and raisins.
What shall it say then to the sugar-plums and cats'-cradles, to the toilet, compliments, quarrels, cards and custard, which rack the wit of all society?
Fairfax had pressed me into her service, and I was all day in the storeroom, helping (or hindering) her and the cook; learning to make custards and cheese-cakes and French pastry, to truss game and garnish desert-dishes.
He had to stop in bed when he was ill, and eat chicken and custards and hot-house grapes; and he would lie there and sob, because they wouldn't let him do Latin exercises, and took his German grammar away from him.
Now make your custards, dear; Tom may like to beat the eggs for you; it seems to have a good effect upon his constitution.