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white pepper

n.
A pungent spice consisting of whole or ground dried peppercorns that have had the skin and pulp removed.
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white pepper

n
(Cookery) a condiment, less pungent than black pepper, made from the husked dried beans of the pepper plant Piper nigrum, used either whole or ground
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white′ pep′per


n.
a condiment prepared from the husked dried berries of the pepper plant.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.white pepper - climber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripewhite pepper - climber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripe; southern India and Sri Lanka; naturalized in northern Burma and Assam
peppercorn, pepper - pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
genus Piper, Piper - type genus of the Piperaceae: large genus of chiefly climbing tropical shrubs
pepper vine, true pepper - any of various shrubby vines of the genus Piper
piperin, piperine - derived from pepper (especially black pepper); source of the hotness of black and white pepper
2.white pepper - pepper ground from husked peppercornswhite pepper - pepper ground from husked peppercorns
peppercorn, pepper - pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
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Translations

white pepper

npepe m bianco
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