condensed milk


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condensed milk

n.
Cow's milk with sugar added, reduced by evaporation to a thick consistency.
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condensed milk

n
(Cookery) milk reduced by evaporation to a thick concentration, with sugar added. Compare evaporated milk
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condensed′ milk′


n.
whole milk reduced by evaporation to a thick consistency, with sugar added.
[1855–60]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.condensed milk - sweetened evaporated milkcondensed milk - sweetened evaporated milk    
milk - a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings
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condensed milk

Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

condensed milk

[kənˈdɛnstˈmɪlk] nlatte m condensato
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Beside him, an unrolled bundle showed itself as consisting of a ragged overcoat and containing an empty and smoke-blackened tomato can, an empty and battered condensed milk can, some dog-meat partly wrapped in brown paper and evidently begged from some butcher-shop, a carrot that had been run over in the street by a wagon-wheel, three greenish- cankered and decayed potatoes, and a sugar-bun with a mouthful bitten from it and rescued from the gutter, as was made patent by the gutter-filth that still encrusted it.
In the condensed milk can he mixed one part of water with two parts of fluid from the bottle.
He kissed his hand to her, sipped from his condensed milk can a man-size drink of druggist's alcohol, and to her again kissed her hand.
He completed the sentence and the tale by burying his face in the down-tilted mouth of the condensed milk can and by gurgling the corrosive drink down his throat in thirsty gulps.
Whiskers paused, placed carefully on the ground his half-full condensed milk can with which he had been absently toying, and kissed the fingers of his one hand audibly aloft.
Louis, the boat-steerer, had already begged me for condensed milk and sugar.
Cow's milk had given place to condensed milk, and even the sparing use of the latter had ceased.
His mother died, and I brought 'm up on condensed milk at two dollars a can when I couldn't afford it in my own coffee.
And merely to give these girls a cup of tea or coffee at noon, compels the Bell Company to buy yearly six thousand pounds of tea, seventeen thousand pounds of coffee, forty-eight thousand cans of condensed milk, and one hundred and forty barrels of sugar.
Whisk in the condensed milk for a further few minutes, then whisk in the lime juice.
For the 168-ml Carnation condensed milk, the new price is P37.50, up from P37, while the price of the 300-ml Cow Bell condensed milk has risen to P30.75 from P30.

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