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mar·ga·rine

also mar·ga·rin  (mär′jər-ĭn)
n.
A fatty solid butter substitute consisting of a blend of hydrogenated vegetable oils mixed with emulsifiers, vitamins, coloring matter, and other ingredients.

[French, from Greek margaron, pearl, probably back-formation from margarītēs; see margarite.]
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margarine

(ˌmɑːdʒəˈriːn; ˌmɑːɡə-)
n
(Cookery) a substitute for butter, prepared from vegetable and animal fats by emulsifying them with water and adding small amounts of milk, salt, vitamins, colouring matter, etc
[C19: from margaric]
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mar•ga•rine

(ˈmɑr dʒər ɪn, -dʒəˌrin, ˈmɑrdʒ rɪn)

n.
a butterlike product made of refined vegetable oils blended sometimes with animal fats and emulsified usu. with water or milk.
[1870–75, Amer.; < French: orig., a glyceride of margaric acid =(acide) margar(ique) + -ine -ine2]
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Oleomargarine

The original name of what is now called Margarine.
1001 Words and Phrases You Never Knew You Didn’t Know by W.R. Runyan Copyright © 2011 by W.R. Runyan
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.margarine - a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for buttermargarine - a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter
vegetable oil, oil - any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
stick - a rectangular quarter pound block of butter or margarine
paste, spread - a tasty mixture to be spread on bread or crackers or used in preparing other dishes
trans fatty acid - a fatty acid that has been produced by hydrogenating an unsaturated fatty acid (and so changing its shape); found in processed foods such as margarine and fried foods and puddings and commercially baked goods and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils
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Translations
margarín
margarine
margariini
margarin
margarin
smjörlíki
マーガリン
마가린
margarinas
margarīns
margarín
margarina
margarin
มาการีน
bơ thực vật

margarine

[ˌmɑːdʒəˈriːn] Nmargarina f
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margarine

[ˌmɑːrdʒəˈriːn] nmargarine f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

margarine

, marge (inf)
nMargarine f
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margarine

[ˌmɑːdʒəˈriːn] nmargarina
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

margarine

(ˈmaːdʒəriːn) noun
(abbreviation marge (maːdʒ) ) a butter-like substance made mainly from vegetable fats. We use margarine instead of butter.
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margarine

مَرْغَرِينٌ margarín margarine Margarine μαργαρίνη margarina margariini margarine margarin margarina マーガリン 마가린 margarine margarin margaryna margarina маргарин margarin มาการีน margarin bơ thực vật 人造黄油
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margarine

n margarina
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Reissues of Emperor Tomato Ketchup, Dots and Loops and Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night are all expected to drop in August, while Sound-Dust and Margerine Eclipse will arrive in November.
Criminal law legislation must have a valid criminal law purpose backed by a prohibition and a penalty: Reference re Firearms Act (Can.), 2000 SCC 31 (CanLII) at para 27 ("Firearms Reference"; Reference re the validity of S.5(a) Dairy Industry Act [1949] SCR 1 (Margerine Reference).
Makes 3 1lb loaves 225g butter (or margerine) 225g sugar 225g golden syrup 2 free range eggs, beaten 270ml milk 2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 350g plain flour 2 tsp ground ginger 2 tsp crystallised ginger 2 tsp cinnamon Pinch salt For the bananas 50g sugar 30g butter 20ml rum 1-2 bananas, sliced at an angle FISHCAKES ?
A traditional white loaf is mainly water and flour with a little margerine, salt, dried milk, sugar and dried yeast.