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pu·rée

or pu·ree  (pyo͝o-rā′, pyo͝or′ā)
tr.v. pu·réed, pu·rée·ing, pu·rées or pu·reed or pu·ree·ing or pu·rees
To rub through a strainer or process (food) in a blender.
n.
Food prepared by straining or blending.

[From French, purée, from Old French, from feminine past participle of purer, to strain, clean, from Latin pūrāre, to purify, from pūrus, clean; see peuə- in Indo-European roots.]

puree

(ˈpuːrɪ) or

puri

n
(Cookery) an unleavened flaky Indian bread, that is deep-fried in ghee and served hot
[Hindi]

purée

(ˈpjʊəreɪ)
n
(Cookery) a smooth thick pulp of cooked and sieved fruit, vegetables, meat, or fish
vb, -rées, -réeing or -réed
(Cookery) (tr) to make (cooked foods) into a purée
[C19: from French purer to purify]

pu•rée

or pu•ree

(pyʊˈreɪ, -ˈri)

n., v. -réed, -rée•ing. n.
1. a thick liquid or pulp prepared from cooked vegetables, fruit, etc., passed through a sieve or broken down in a blender or similar device.
2. a soup made of puréed ingredients.
v.t.
3. to make a purée of.
[1700–10; < French, n. use of feminine past participle of purer to strain, literally, make pure; see pure]

puree


Past participle: puréed
Gerund: puréeing

Imperative
puree
puree
Present
I puree
you puree
he/she/it purées
we puree
you puree
they puree
Preterite
I puréed
you puréed
he/she/it puréed
we puréed
you puréed
they puréed
Present Continuous
I am puréeing
you are puréeing
he/she/it is puréeing
we are puréeing
you are puréeing
they are puréeing
Present Perfect
I have puréed
you have puréed
he/she/it has puréed
we have puréed
you have puréed
they have puréed
Past Continuous
I was puréeing
you were puréeing
he/she/it was puréeing
we were puréeing
you were puréeing
they were puréeing
Past Perfect
I had puréed
you had puréed
he/she/it had puréed
we had puréed
you had puréed
they had puréed
Future
I will puree
you will puree
he/she/it will puree
we will puree
you will puree
they will puree
Future Perfect
I will have puréed
you will have puréed
he/she/it will have puréed
we will have puréed
you will have puréed
they will have puréed
Future Continuous
I will be puréeing
you will be puréeing
he/she/it will be puréeing
we will be puréeing
you will be puréeing
they will be puréeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been puréeing
you have been puréeing
he/she/it has been puréeing
we have been puréeing
you have been puréeing
they have been puréeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been puréeing
you will have been puréeing
he/she/it will have been puréeing
we will have been puréeing
you will have been puréeing
they will have been puréeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been puréeing
you had been puréeing
he/she/it had been puréeing
we had been puréeing
you had been puréeing
they had been puréeing
Conditional
I would puree
you would puree
he/she/it would puree
we would puree
you would puree
they would puree
Past Conditional
I would have puréed
you would have puréed
he/she/it would have puréed
we would have puréed
you would have puréed
they would have puréed

purée

1. To sieve, mash or liquidize food into a smooth, thick paste.
2. Raw or cooked food forced through a sieve or processed in an electric liquidizer.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.puree - food prepared by cooking and straining or processed in a blender
aliment, alimentation, nourishment, nutriment, sustenance, victuals, nutrition - a source of materials to nourish the body
Verb1.puree - rub through a strainer or process in an electric blender; "puree the vegetables for the baby"
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"
rub - move over something with pressure; "rub my hands"; "rub oil into her skin"
Translations
بيوريه: بَطاطا مَهْروسَه
kašeprotlak
puré
soseuttaa
püré
pretlakpyré

purée

[ˈpjʊəreɪ] N (Culin) → puré m
apple puréepuré m de manzana
tomato puréepuré m de tomate, concentrado m de tomate

purée

puree [ˈpjʊəreɪ]
npurée f
garlic purée → purée d'ail
vtréduire en purée
Puree the apricots in a liquidiser → Réduisez les abricots en purée au mixeur.

purée

nPüree nt, → Brei m; tomato puréeTomatenmark nt
vtpürieren

purée

[ˈpjʊəreɪ]
1. npurè m inv, purea
2. vtschiacciare, passare

purée

(ˈpjuərei) , ((American) pjuˈrei) noun
any of several types of food made into a soft pulp. tomato purée.

purée

n puré m
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