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ghee

 (gē)
n.
A clarified semifluid butter used especially in South Asian cooking.

[Hindi ghī, from Sanskrit ghṛtam; see gwher- in Indo-European roots.]
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ghee

(ɡiː)
n
(Cookery) butter, clarified by boiling, used in Indian cookery
[C17: from Hindi ghī, from Sanskrit ghri sprinkle]
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ghee

(gi)

n.
clarified butter made from the milk of cows or buffaloes.
[1655–65; < Hindi ghī]
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ghee

Butter which has been clarified by boiling and is totally free of milk solids. It has a nutty flavor and is used in Indian dishes.
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Noun1.ghee - clarified butter used in Indian cookery
clarified butter, drawn butter - butter made clear by heating and removing the sediment of milk solids
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Translations

ghee

[ˈgiː] nbeurre m clarifié
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