mincer


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mince

 (mĭns)
v. minced, minc·ing, minc·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To cut or chop into very small pieces.
b. To subdivide (land, for example) into minute parts.
2. To pronounce in an affected way, as with studied elegance and refinement.
3. To moderate, restrain, or euphemize (words) for the sake of politeness and decorum: Don't mince words: say what you mean.
v.intr.
1. To walk with very short steps or with exaggerated primness.
2. To speak in an affected way.
n.
Finely chopped food, especially mincemeat.

[Middle English mincen, from Old French mincier, from Vulgar Latin *minūtiāre, from Latin minūtia, smallness; see minutia.]

minc′er n.

mincer

(mɪnsə)
n
(Cookery) an appliance used to mince meat

mincer

meat grinder
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mincer - a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small piecesmincer - a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
Translations
مفْرَمَة اللحْم
mlýnek na maso
hakkemaskine
húsdaráló
hakkavél
mlynček na mäso
kıyma makinası

mincer

[ˈmɪnsəʳ] N (= machine) → máquina f de picar carne

mincer

[ˈmɪnsər] nhachoir m

mincer

n (esp Brit) → Fleischwolf m

mincer

[ˈmɪnsəʳ] n (for meat) → tritacarne m inv; (all-purpose) → tritatutto m inv

mince

(mins) verb
1. to cut into small pieces or chop finely. Would you like me to mince the meat for you?
2. to walk with short steps, in an unpleasantly dainty or delicate way. She minced over to him.
noun
meat (usually beef) chopped up into small pieces. mince and potatoes.
ˈmincer noun
a machine for mincing meat etc. Could you put the meat in the mincer?
ˈmincing adjective
too dainty or prim. He walked with little mincing steps.
ˈmincingly adverb
ˈmincemeat noun
a mixture of raisins, other fruits etc, usually with suet (used in baking ˌmince-ˈpies).
References in classic literature ?
After being severed from the whale, the white-horse is first cut into portable oblongs ere going to the mincer.
Mr Thornton, who was representing the Health and Safety Executive which brought the prosecution, said: "The girl wanted to watch what he was doing so he sat her on the meat cutting table, about three feet from the mincer.
Butcher Barry Moore after his dad ground up the pounds 840 takings which he'd hidden in the mincer.
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Barnsley-born Mc- Carthy, an Oakwell hero under Allan Clarke and Norman Hunter, had to watch in agony as his men were put in the mincer.
A RAMPANT Woodlands put Travellers Rest through the mincer in the Ellesmere Port& District Sunday League's George Williamson Memorial Jubilee Challenge Cup first round.
Unbeaten Premier Division leaders Salisbury Stiles put former leaders Cat through the mincer at Levers.
A Natural Born Mincer, Julian Clary pays his first visit in six years to a Newcastle stage tonight.