Tabasco


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Ta·bas·co

 (tə-băs′kō)
A trademark for a very spicy sauce made from a strong-flavored red pepper.

Tabasco

(təˈbæskəʊ)
n
(Cookery) trademark a very hot red sauce made from matured capsicums

Tabasco

(Spanish taˈβasko)
n
(Placename) a state in SE Mexico, on the Gulf of Campeche: mostly flat and marshy with extensive jungles; hot and humid climate. Capital: Villahermosa. Pop: 1 889 367 (2000). Area: 24 661 sq km (9520 sq miles)

Ta•bas•co1

(təˈbæs koʊ)

n.
a state in SE Mexico, on the Gulf of Campeche. 1,748,769; 9783 sq. mi. (25,338 sq. km). Cap.: Villahermosa.

Ta•bas•co2

(təˈbæs koʊ)
Trademark.
a pungent sauce prepared from capsicum peppers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Tabasco - a Mexican state on the Gulf of Campeche
Mexico, United Mexican States - a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810
2.Tabasco - very spicy sauce (trade name Tabasco) made from fully-aged red peppersTabasco - very spicy sauce (trade name Tabasco) made from fully-aged red peppers
red pepper, tabasco - very hot red peppers; usually long and thin; some very small
hot sauce - a pungent peppery sauce
3.tabasco - very hot red peppers; usually long and thin; some very small
hot pepper - any of various pungent capsicum fruits
Tabasco sauce, Tabasco - very spicy sauce (trade name Tabasco) made from fully-aged red peppers
Capsicum frutescens, hot pepper, tabasco pepper, tabasco plant - plant bearing very hot medium-sized oblong red peppers; grown principally in the Gulf Coast states for production of hot sauce
Translations

Tabasco

® [təˈbæskəʊ] Nsalsa f tabasco, tabasco m

Tabasco®

[təˈbæskəʊ] n (also Tabasco sauce) → tabasco m

Tabasco®

nTabasco® m, → Tabascosoße f
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En Tabasco, Mexico, se han realizado diversos estudios de suelo, a diferentes escalas, aunque la mayor parte de estos no estan publicados (Palma-Lopez et al.
stellata en el interior de un edificio inconcluso de tres plantas, localizado junto a la periferia de la ciudad Heroica Cardenas, Tabasco.
As soon as the corn is cooked, remove from the BBQ and place on your serving dish, then coat the corn in the Tabasco butter.
Metodos: Se reviso material procedente de los herbarios de la Facultad de Ciencias de la UNAM (FCME) y de la Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco (UJAT).
61%, mientras que Tabasco tuvo un crecimiento marginal de 0.
Through exhaustive research, Rugeley has stitched the fragments of Tabasco's historical record--"virtually any paper that did not find its way out of Tabasco before the 1880s has been destroyed" (5)--into a comprehensive history of the region from the pre-Hispanic period to the 1920s, with an emphasis on the tumultuous nineteenth century.
The day would not be the same without pumpkins and Tabasco mini pumpkins soup, spiced to taste, adds a touch of magic that is sure to please.
A Tabasco public security spokesman told AFP the death toll had risen from five to six at midday and "the search (for survivors) continues.
The extension will run 47 miles from the Nuevo Pemex Gas Processing Plant--owned by Pemex Gas y Petroquimica Basica (PGPB) in Nuevo Pemex, Tabasco--to connect with the existing Mayakan pipeline in Macuspana, Tabasco.
McIlhenny's tenure, McIlhenny Company experienced many years of record growth in sales and earnings, marked by the introduction of multiple new products and flavors including Tabasco brand Chipotle Pepper Sauce, Tabasco brand SWEET & Spicy Pepper Sauce and Tabasco brand Buffalo Style Hot Sauce.
En los listados herpetofaunisticos realizados en varias regiones del estado de Tabasco por Smith (1960), Barragan-Vazquez (2000, 2006) y Reynoso-Rosales et al.