ketchup


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ketch·up

 (kĕch′əp, kăch′-) also catch·up (kăch′əp, kĕch′-) or cat·sup (kăt′səp, kăch′əp, kĕch′-)
n.
A condiment consisting of a thick, smooth-textured, spicy sauce usually made from tomatoes.

[Malay kicap, sauce made from fermented fish, from Chinese (Hokkien) kê-chiap : , pickled fish (from Middle Chinese xjɦja⋮j also the source of Mandarin xié) + chiap, juice, sauce, brine (from Middle Chinese xjɦja⋮j; also the source of Mandarin zhī).]

ketchup

(ˈkɛtʃəp) ,

catchup

or

catsup

n
(Cookery) any of various piquant sauces containing vinegar: tomato ketchup.
[C18: from Chinese (Amoy) kōetsiap brine of pickled fish, from kōe seafood + tsiap sauce]

ketch•up

(ˈkɛtʃ əp, ˈkætʃ-)

also catchup, catsup,



n.
a condiment consisting usu. of puréed tomatoes, onions, vinegar, sugar, and spices.
[1705–15; < Malay kəchap fish sauce]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ketchup - thick spicy sauce made from tomatoesketchup - thick spicy sauce made from tomatoes
condiment - a preparation (a sauce or relish or spice) to enhance flavor or enjoyment; "mustard and ketchup are condiments"
Translations
صَلْصَة من البنْدورَهكَاتْشَبٌ
kečup
ketchup
ketchupkétchup
ketsuppi
kečap
ketchup
tómatsósa
ケチャップ
케첩
kečupas
kečups
kečup
kečap
ketchup
ซอสมะเขือเทศ
nước sốt cà chuanước xốt cà chua

ketchup

[ˈketʃəp] Nsalsa f de tomate, catsup m

ketchup

[ˈkɛtʃʌp] nketchup m

ketchup

nKet(s)chup nt or m

ketchup

[ˈkɛtʃəp] n (also tomato ketchup) → ketchup m inv

ketchup

(ˈketʃəp) noun
a flavouring sauce made from tomatoes or mushrooms etc.

ketchup

كَاتْشَبٌ kečup ketchup Ketchup κέτσαπ ketchup ketsuppi ketchup kečap ketchup ケチャップ 케첩 ketchup ketchup ketchup ketchup кетчуп ketchup ซอสมะเขือเทศ ketçap nước sốt cà chua 蕃茄酱
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Ketchup with fast foods (Burgers, French fries, sandwiches, pizzas, rolls etc) makes a perfect combination.