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malt

 (môlt)
n.
1. Grain, usually barley, that has been allowed to sprout, used chiefly in brewing and distilling.
2. An alcoholic beverage, such as beer or ale, brewed from malt.
v. malt·ed, malt·ing, malts
v.tr.
1. To process (grain) into malt.
2. To treat or mix with malt or a malt extract.
v.intr.
To become malt.

[Middle English, from Old English mealt; see mel- in Indo-European roots.]

malt′y adj.

malted

(ˈmɔːltɪd)
adj
(of grain such as barley) kiln-dried after it has germinated by soaking in water; made into malt

malt′ed milk′


n.
1. a soluble powder made of dehydrated milk and malted cereals.
2. a beverage made by dissolving malted milk in milk and usu. adding ice cream and flavoring.
[1885–90, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.malted - a milkshake made with malt powdermalted - a milkshake made with malt powder  
milk shake, milkshake, shake - frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream
Adj.1.malted - of grain that has been converted into malt; "malted barley"
unmalted - of grain that has not been converted into malt; "unmalted barley"
Translations

malted

[ˈmɔːltɪd]
A. ADJmalteado
B. CPD malted barley Ncebada f malteada, malta f de cebada
malted milk Nleche f malteada
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