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sun-dry

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Pronunciation: /ˈsʌndrʌɪ
 
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Definition of sun-dry in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective sun-dried)
Dry (something, especially food) in the sun, as opposed to using artificial heat: sun-dried tomatoes
More example sentences
  • Extra virgin olive oil from Italy, roasted peppers from Tagaytay, organic garlic from the health store, sun-dried tomatoes from my mother's garden in Tagaytay.
  • The grapes are sun-dried, which gives it quite a different flavour to your usual dessert wine. This is an ancient method and delivers a fortified flavour with a gentle acidity.
  • Her focaccia bread was soft and chewy and had pieces of olive and sun-dried tomato in it.

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