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pres·sure-cook

(prĕsh′ər-ko͝ok′)
tr.v. pres·sure-cooked, pres·sure-cook·ing, pres·sure-cooks
To cook in a pressure cooker.

pressure-cook

vb
(Cookery) to cook (food) in a pressure cooker

pressure-cook


Past participle: pressure-cooked
Gerund: pressure-cooking

Imperative
pressure-cook
pressure-cook
Present
I pressure-cook
you pressure-cook
he/she/it pressure-cooks
we pressure-cook
you pressure-cook
they pressure-cook
Preterite
I pressure-cooked
you pressure-cooked
he/she/it pressure-cooked
we pressure-cooked
you pressure-cooked
they pressure-cooked
Present Continuous
I am pressure-cooking
you are pressure-cooking
he/she/it is pressure-cooking
we are pressure-cooking
you are pressure-cooking
they are pressure-cooking
Present Perfect
I have pressure-cooked
you have pressure-cooked
he/she/it has pressure-cooked
we have pressure-cooked
you have pressure-cooked
they have pressure-cooked
Past Continuous
I was pressure-cooking
you were pressure-cooking
he/she/it was pressure-cooking
we were pressure-cooking
you were pressure-cooking
they were pressure-cooking
Past Perfect
I had pressure-cooked
you had pressure-cooked
he/she/it had pressure-cooked
we had pressure-cooked
you had pressure-cooked
they had pressure-cooked
Future
I will pressure-cook
you will pressure-cook
he/she/it will pressure-cook
we will pressure-cook
you will pressure-cook
they will pressure-cook
Future Perfect
I will have pressure-cooked
you will have pressure-cooked
he/she/it will have pressure-cooked
we will have pressure-cooked
you will have pressure-cooked
they will have pressure-cooked
Future Continuous
I will be pressure-cooking
you will be pressure-cooking
he/she/it will be pressure-cooking
we will be pressure-cooking
you will be pressure-cooking
they will be pressure-cooking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pressure-cooking
you have been pressure-cooking
he/she/it has been pressure-cooking
we have been pressure-cooking
you have been pressure-cooking
they have been pressure-cooking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pressure-cooking
you will have been pressure-cooking
he/she/it will have been pressure-cooking
we will have been pressure-cooking
you will have been pressure-cooking
they will have been pressure-cooking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pressure-cooking
you had been pressure-cooking
he/she/it had been pressure-cooking
we had been pressure-cooking
you had been pressure-cooking
they had been pressure-cooking
Conditional
I would pressure-cook
you would pressure-cook
he/she/it would pressure-cook
we would pressure-cook
you would pressure-cook
they would pressure-cook
Past Conditional
I would have pressure-cooked
you would have pressure-cooked
he/she/it would have pressure-cooked
we would have pressure-cooked
you would have pressure-cooked
they would have pressure-cooked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pressure-cook - cook in a pressure cooker
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
cook - transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
Translations

pressure-cook

[ˈpreʃəˌkʊk] VTcocinar en olla a presión, cocinar en olla exprés
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