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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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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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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However Punjab government was resolved to stop exploitation of the consumers by the cartels and the government ultimately managed to convince the ghee mills owners on Rs15 per kilogram reduction in prices of ghee and edible oil.
Meanwhile the assistant commissioner Adenzai Zahid Pervez Wariach distributed bags of flour and pickets of ghee among 20 beneficiaries of the Benazir Income Support Programme and formally launched the government scheme for deserving families.
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He was caught yesterday morning carrying 720 tramadol hydrochloride tablets inside seven ghee cans hidden in his luggage.
The ghee that threatens Kedarnath comes from the hands of the thousands of pilgrims who visit the shrine at over 3,500 metres above sea level in the uppermost part of Garhwal's Mandakini valley.
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The Federal Excise General Order (FEGO) No.1 of 2006 clearly says that payment of FED @ Rs.1 per kg at import stage constitutes the discharge of final liability in respect of manufacturing/production of edible oil, ghee and cooking oil.
A policeman on duty at the Tergary post, Zabit Nangyalay, said they seized 700 tins of ghee from a vehicle a few days back.
The experimental diet was comprised of chick pea, 56.4 per cent; wheat, 15 per cent; groundnut cake, 10 per cent; cow ghee or soybean oil, 10 per cent; skim milk powder, 6 per cent; mineral mixture, 2.16 per cent; vitamin mix, 0.2 per cent and choline chloride, 0.2 per cent.
Longford raced into a threepoint lead thanks to a early scores from Ghee, Neil Casey and Joe O'Brien; before Mark Lyons bagged two points for the hosts.
"Shudh (pure) ghee never really makes you any fatter but rather fosters good health and longevity," she proclaimed.
Ghee keeps indefinitely without refrigeration if stored properly.