(or British warmed-up)
- 1(Of food or drink) reheated: warmed-over chicken and pastaMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Too many bread wheels arrive with that stiff-bottomed, warmed-over quality.
- I look forward to seeing him tell these outside contractors to stop serving warmed-over mechanically recovered chicken's doings and start slashing their profit margins so they can serve decent food.
- So much for pasta and the texture that makes it perfect; sadly, pizza too often resembles a mess of cheese and warmed-over cold meats toasted by an undergraduate under an oven grill.
- 2(Of an idea or product) secondhand; stale: a heap of warmed-over action film clichésMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He covers a lot of ground: Native Americans, the boy from the log cabin, the windy city, the great fire of Chicago-all without a warmed-over blues riff or second-hand idea.
- But too many proffer vague impressions, clichéd memories, breathless interpretations and warmed-over anecdotes.
- Everything should be free, another warmed-over hippie fantasy, though you have gone into more detail.
Más definiciones de warmed-overDefinición de warmed-over en:
- el diccionario Inglés británico e internacional