saucepan


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sauce·pan

 (sôs′păn′)
n.
A deep cooking pan with a handle.

saucepan

(ˈsɔːspən)
n
(Cookery) a metal or enamel pan with a long handle and often a lid, used for cooking food

sauce•pan

(ˈsɔsˌpæn)

n.
a cooking pan of moderate depth, usu. with a long handle and sometimes a cover.
[1680–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saucepan - a deep pan with a handlesaucepan - a deep pan with a handle; used for stewing or boiling
double boiler, double saucepan - two saucepans, one fitting inside the other
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
cooking pan, pan - cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
stewing pan, stewpan - a saucepan used for stewing
Translations
طَنْجَرَةقِدْر مَعْدَني للطَّبْخ
kastrolhrnec
grydekasserolle
kattila
tava
nyeles serpenyő
skaftpottur
ソースパン
냄비
kozicaponev
kastrull
หม้อที่มีฝาปิดและมีด้ามยาว
cái chảo

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] Ncacerola f, cazo m, olla f (esp LAm)

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] ncasserole f

saucepan

nKochtopf m

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] npentola, casseruola

sauce

(soːs) noun
a usually thick liquid that is poured over other food in order to add moisture and flavour. tomato sauce; an expert at making sauces.
ˈsaucy adjective
slightly rude. a saucy remark.
ˈsaucily adverb
ˈsauciness noun
ˈsaucepan (-pən) , ((American) -pan) noun
a deep pan usually with a long handle for boiling or stewing food.

saucepan

طَنْجَرَة hrnec gryde Kochtopf τσουκάλι cacerola, cazo kattila casserole tava pentola ソースパン 냄비 steelpan kasserolle rondel caçarola, panela соусница kastrull หม้อที่มีฝาปิดและมีด้ามยาว saplı tencere cái chảo 深平底锅
References in classic literature ?
Laurie came sneaking into the kitchen of the Dovecote one Saturday, with an excited face, and was received with the clash of cymbals, for Hannah clapped her hands with a saucepan in one and the cover in the other.
She offered her mind to my disclosures as, had I wished to mix a witch's broth and proposed it with assurance, she would have held out a large clean saucepan.
Grace Poole bent over the fire, apparently cooking something in a saucepan.
She had got the saucepan, and the spoon, and the tumbler, and the nutmeg-grater, and the wine -- but not the egg, the sugar, or the spices -when she heard him above, walking backward and forward noisily in his room; exciting hi mself on the old subject again, beyond all doubt.
Nobody under the table, nobody under the sofa; a small fire in the grate; spoon and basin ready; and the little saucepan of gruel (Scrooge had a cold in his head) upon the hob.
The Master at Salem House lifted the latch of one of a number of little black doors that were all alike, and had each a little diamond-paned window on one side, and another little diamond- paned window above; and we went into the little house of one of these poor old women, who was blowing a fire to make a little saucepan boil.
It opened to the ground, and looked into a most miserable corner of the neglected garden, upon a rank ruin of cabbage-stalks, and one box tree that had been clipped round long ago, like a pudding, and had a new growth at the top of it, out of shape and of a different colour, as if that part of the pudding had stuck to the saucepan and got burnt.
He opened the door to throw out some water that remained in the saucepan from its last cleansing.
Oh, there goes his PRECIOUS nose'; as an unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off.
The jailer always brought Dantes' soup in an iron saucepan; this saucepan contained soup for both prisoners, for Dantes had noticed that it was either quite full, or half empty, according as the turnkey gave it to him or to his companion first.
And if you would be so good as not to eat everything off the same plate, and to remember not to put the porridge saucepan out of your hand on the clean tablecloth, it would be a better example to the girl.
Cubit's lot or the Bermondsey Good Templars, and could they lend us a saucepan.