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Worcestershire sauce

Syllabification: Worces·ter·shire sauce
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝ostərˌSHi(ə)r, -SHər
 
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Definition of Worcestershire sauce in English:

noun

A pungent sauce containing soy sauce and vinegar, first made in Worcester, England.
Example sentences
  • And without them, I might never have discovered that the secret for a really authentic-tasting, perfectly balanced Tuscan bean soup, is a nice big dash of Worcester sauce.
  • On our table were the usual condiments, plus HP sauce, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, salad cream, tomato ketchup and Colman's mustard.
  • Lost moisture, especially in burgers and meatballs, can be replaced with ingredients such as soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, broth, ketchup or tomato sauce or mustard.

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