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pud·ding

 (po͝od′ĭng)
n.
1.
a. A sweet, soft dessert, often with a base of milk or cream thickened by flour, cornstarch, or a cereal product, that has been boiled, steamed, or baked: chocolate pudding; rice pudding.
b. An edible mixture with a soft, puddinglike consistency: corn pudding.
2. Chiefly British
a. A sweet dish eaten at the end of a meal; dessert.
b. A sausagelike preparation made with minced meat or various other ingredients stuffed into a bag or skin and boiled.

[Middle English poding, a kind of sausage, perhaps from Anglo-Norman bodin, sausage (compare Old French boudin), of unknown origin.]

pudding

(ˈpʊdɪŋ)
n
1. (Cookery) a sweetened usually cooked dessert made in many forms and of various ingredients, such as flour, milk, and eggs, with fruit, etc
2. (Cookery) a savoury dish, usually soft and consisting partially of pastry or batter: steak-and-kidney pudding.
3. (Cookery) the dessert course in a meal
4. (Cookery) a sausage-like mass of seasoned minced meat, oatmeal, etc, stuffed into a prepared skin or bag and boiled
[C13 poding; compare Old English puduc a wart, Low German puddek sausage]
ˈpuddingy adj

pud•ding

(ˈpʊd ɪŋ)

n.
1. a soft, thickened dessert, typically made with milk, sugar, flour, and flavoring.
2. a similar dish unsweetened and served as or with the main dish: corn pudding.
3. Brit. the dessert course of a meal.
[1275–1325; Middle English poding kind of sausage; compare Old English puduc wen, sore (perhaps orig., swelling), Low German puddewurst black pudding]

pudding

- Originally a sausage—the stomach or intestine of a pig, sheep, etc.—stuffed with other food.
See also related terms for stuffed.

Pudding

 of mallard: a company of mallard on water.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pudding - any of various soft thick unsweetened baked dishespudding - any of various soft thick unsweetened baked dishes; "corn pudding"
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
carrot pudding - pudding made with grated carrots
corn pudding - pudding made of corn and cream and egg
2.pudding - (British) the dessert course of a meal (`pud' is used informally)pudding - (British) the dessert course of a meal (`pud' is used informally)
afters, dessert, sweet - a dish served as the last course of a meal
trifle - a cold pudding made of layers of sponge cake spread with fruit or jelly; may be decorated with nuts, cream, or chocolate
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
3.pudding - any of various soft sweet desserts thickened usually with flour and baked or boiled or steamed
afters, dessert, sweet - a dish served as the last course of a meal
flummery - a bland custard or pudding especially of oatmeal
Christmas pudding, plum pudding - a rich steamed or boiled pudding that resembles cake
steamed pudding - a pudding cooked by steaming
duff, plum duff - a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron
vanilla pudding - sweet vanilla flavored custard-like pudding usually thickened with flour rather than eggs
chocolate pudding - sweet chocolate flavored custard-like pudding usually thickened with flour rather than eggs
brown Betty - baked pudding of apples and breadcrumbs
Nesselrode, Nesselrode pudding - a rich frozen pudding made of chopped chestnuts and maraschino cherries and candied fruits and liqueur or rum
pease pudding - a pudding made with strained split peas mixed with egg
tapioca pudding - sweet pudding thickened with tapioca
roly-poly pudding, roly-poly - pudding made of suet pastry spread with jam or fruit and rolled up and baked or steamed
suet pudding - a sweet or savory pudding made with suet and steamed or boiled

pudding

noun dessert, afters (Brit. informal), sweet, pud (informal), second course, last course I tend to stick to fresh fruit for pudding.
Translations
بودينغ: حَلْوى من الدَّقيق والحَليبحَلْوى البُودِينْج
pudinkmoučník
buddingdessertpudding=-budding
vanukasvuokakohokaspaistos
puding
puding
búîingureftirréttur
プディング
푸딩
pudingas
deserts, saldais ēdienspudiņš
budyńdeserkaszanka
poobedekpuding
blodkorvblodpuddingefterrättpudding
ของหวาน
bánh pudding

pudding

[ˈpʊdɪŋ]
A. N (= steamed pudding) → pudín m, budín m (Brit) (= dessert) → postre m
see also black D
B. CPD pudding basin N (Brit) → cuenco m
pudding rice Narroz m redondo

pudding

[ˈpʊdɪŋ] n
(British) (= sweet) → dessert m
What's for pudding? → Qu'est-ce qu'il y a comme dessert? rice pudding
(sponge)pudding m
the proof of the pudding (is in the eating) → c'est à l'usage qu'on peut juger
(= sausage) → boudin mpudding basin n (British)jatte f (dans laquelle on fait cuire le pudding)pudding rice nriz m rond

pudding

n (Brit)
(= dessert)Nachspeise f; (= crème caramel, instant whip etc)Pudding m; what’s for pudding?was gibt es als Nachspeise or Nachtisch?
(savoury: = meat in suet) → ˜ (Fleisch)pastete f; black pudding˜ Blutwurst f; white pudding˜ Presssack m
(inf) (= idiot)Knallkopp m (inf); (= fatty)Dickerchen nt

pudding

:
pudding basin
nPuddingform f
pudding-basin haircut
nTopfschnitt m (inf)
pudding club
n to be in the pudding (inf)einen dicken Bauch haben (inf)
pudding-face
n (inf)Vollmondgesicht nt (inf)
pudding-head
n (inf)Knallkopp m (inf)
pudding stone
nPuddingstein m

pudding

[ˈpʊdɪŋ] n (dessert) → dolce m, dessert m inv; (steamed pudding) dolce cotto a bagnomaria a base di uova, burro, farina e latte
black pudding, (Am) blood pudding → sanguinaccio
rice pudding → budino di riso

pudding

(ˈpudiŋ) noun
1. any of several types of soft sweet foods made with eggs, flour, milk etc. sponge pudding; rice pudding.
2. the sweet course of a meal; dessert. What's for pudding?

pudding

حَلْوى البُودِينْج pudink budding Nachspeise πουτίγγα budín, pudin vanukas pudding puding budino プディング 푸딩 toetje pudding budyń pudim, sobremesa пудинг efterrätt ของหวาน puding bánh pudding 布丁
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I don't want you to do anything but be civil to him and help to the pudding.
She baked either pies or cake for us every day, unless, for a change, she made my favourite pudding, striped with currants and boiled in a bag.
In his devouring mind's eye, he pictured to himself every roasting-pig running about with a pudding in his belly, and an apple in his mouth; the pigeons were snugly put to bed in a comfortable pie, and tucked in with a coverlet of crust; the geese were swimming in their own gravy; and the ducks pairing cosily in dishes, like snug married couples, with a decent competency of onion sauce.
If she saw him she would run off at full speed and soon come back with something in a tin or basket, some hot soup or pudding Polly had ready.
I'm sure, Aunt Chloe, I understand I my pie and pudding privileges," said George.
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John Knightley returning from the daily visit to Donwell, with his two eldest boys, whose healthy, glowing faces shewed all the benefit of a country run, and seemed to ensure a quick despatch of the roast mutton and rice pudding they were hastening home for.
No; just put my pint of porter and bit of pudding on a tray, and I'll carry it upstairs.
Not a mouthful of that lovely young fowl and bread sauce did they set a fork into yesterday--and the poor woman fair invented a pudding for them--and back it's sent.
If I could work my will,' said Scrooge indignantly, `every idiot who goes about with "Merry Christmas" on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.
When we had done, he brought me a pudding, and having set it before me, seemed to ruminate, and to become absent in his mind for some moments.
It was Christmas Eve, and I had to stir the pudding for next day, with a copper-stick, from seven to eight by the Dutch clock.