saucepan


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sauce·pan

 (sôs′păn′)
n.
A deep cooking pan with a handle.

saucepan

(ˈsɔːspən)
n
(Cookery) a metal or enamel pan with a long handle and often a lid, used for cooking food

sauce•pan

(ˈsɔsˌpæn)

n.
a cooking pan of moderate depth, usu. with a long handle and sometimes a cover.
[1680–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saucepan - a deep pan with a handlesaucepan - a deep pan with a handle; used for stewing or boiling
double boiler, double saucepan - two saucepans, one fitting inside the other
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
cooking pan, pan - cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
stewing pan, stewpan - a saucepan used for stewing
Translations
طَنْجَرَةقِدْر مَعْدَني للطَّبْخ
kastrolhrnec
grydekasserolle
kattila
tava
nyeles serpenyő
skaftpottur
ソースパン
냄비
kozicaponev
kastrull
หม้อที่มีฝาปิดและมีด้ามยาว
cái chảo

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] Ncacerola f, cazo m, olla f (esp LAm)

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] ncasserole f

saucepan

nKochtopf m

saucepan

[ˈsɔːspən] npentola, casseruola

sauce

(soːs) noun
a usually thick liquid that is poured over other food in order to add moisture and flavour. tomato sauce; an expert at making sauces.
ˈsaucy adjective
slightly rude. a saucy remark.
ˈsaucily adverb
ˈsauciness noun
ˈsaucepan (-pən) , ((American) -pan) noun
a deep pan usually with a long handle for boiling or stewing food.

saucepan

طَنْجَرَة hrnec gryde Kochtopf τσουκάλι cacerola, cazo kattila casserole tava pentola ソースパン 냄비 steelpan kasserolle rondel caçarola, panela соусница kastrull หม้อที่มีฝาปิดและมีด้ามยาว saplı tencere cái chảo 深平底锅
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Sanders, who, from certain wistful glances at the little tin saucepan, seemed to be engaged in a mental calculation of the probable extent of the pettitoes, in the event of Sam's being asked to stop to supper.
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There was no other person in the room but the old Jew, who was boiling some coffee in a saucepan for breakfast, and whistling softly to himself as he stirred it round and round, with an iron spoon.
The jailer always brought Dantes' soup in an iron saucepan; this saucepan contained soup for both prisoners, for Dantes had noticed that it was either quite full, or half empty, according as the turnkey gave it to him or to his companion first.
Into the saucepan with you," cried John Want, suiting the action to the word, "and flavor the hot water if you can!
`Oh, there goes his PRECIOUS nose'; as an unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off.
"See here, Kleaver; you make me tired," said a saucepan, strutting before the King very impudently.
There 's a fire in the kitchen, Debby always leaves the kettle on, and we can use her saucepan, and I know where the sugar is, and we 'll have a grand time.' "In we went, and fell to work very quietly.
Two kitchen chairs, and a round table, and an attenuated old poker and tongs were, however, gathered round the fire-place, as was a saucepan over a feeble sputtering fire.
She offered her mind to my disclosures as, had I wished to mix a witch's broth and proposed it with assurance, she would have held out a large clean saucepan. This had become thoroughly her attitude by the time that, in my recital of the events of the night, I reached the point of what Miles had said to me when, after seeing him, at such a monstrous hour, almost on the very spot where he happened now to be, I had gone down to bring him in; choosing then, at the window, with a concentrated need of not alarming the house, rather that method than a signal more resonant.
It opened to the ground, and looked into a most miserable corner of the neglected garden, upon a rank ruin of cabbage-stalks, and one box tree that had been clipped round long ago, like a pudding, and had a new growth at the top of it, out of shape and of a different colour, as if that part of the pudding had stuck to the saucepan and got burnt.
There, Civilization, acting through the subtle medium of the Saucepan, recovered its hold on them; and the admiral's two prodigal sons, when they saw the covers removed, watered at the mouth as copiously as ever.