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pepper British & World English

A pungent hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, used as a spice or condiment to flavour food

peppered in pepper British & World English

Sprinkle or season (food) with pepper

bell pepper British & World English

North American term for sweet pepper.

bird pepper British & World English

A tropical American capsicum pepper which is thought to be the ancestor of both sweet and chilli peppers

pepper mill British & World English

A device for grinding peppercorns by hand to make pepper

pepper pot British & World English

A container with a perforated top for sprinkling pepper

pepper tree British & World English

Any of a number of shrubs or trees which have aromatic leaves or fruit with a pepper-like smell, in particular:

pepper vine British & World English

A bushy vine of the grape family, originally cultivated but now established in much of the southeastern US. It bears blackish fruits sought after by wildlife

red pepper British & World English

The ripe red fruit of a sweet pepper

wall pepper British & World English

The yellow stonecrop (plant)

hot pepper British & World English

Any of several varieties of pungent pepper used dried or chopped as a condiment

black pepper British & World English

The dried black berries of the pepper, harvested while still unripe and used either whole or ground as a spice and condiment

green pepper British & World English

The mild-flavoured unripe fruit of a sweet pepper, which may be eaten raw or cooked

pepper dulse British & World English

A dark red seaweed with branching fronds, growing on rocks

pepper-shrike British & World English

A tropical American songbird with mainly green and yellow plumage and a heavy bill like that of a shrike

pepper spray British & World English

An aerosol spray containing oils derived from cayenne pepper, irritant to the eyes and respiratory passages and used as a disabling weapon

sweet pepper British & World English

A large green, yellow, orange, or red variety of capsicum which has a mild or sweet flavour and is often eaten raw

water pepper British & World English

A widely distributed plant of the dock family which grows in wet ground, with peppery-tasting leaves and sap which is a skin irritant

yellow pepper British & World English

A yellow variety of the sweet pepper

white pepper British & World English

The husked ripe or unripe berries of the pepper (see pepper1noun1noun1noun), typically ground and used as a condiment

Jamaica pepper British & World English

another term for allspice111 and allspice222.

pepper-and-salt British & World English

Flecked or speckled with intermingled dark and light shades

salt-and-pepper British & World English

another way of saying pepper-and-salt.

pepper shaker in pepper pot British & World English

A container with a perforated top for sprinkling pepper

chilli British & World English

A small hot-tasting pod of a variety of capsicum, used in sauces, relishes, and spice powders. There are various forms with pods of differing size, colour, and strength of flavour

chilli pepper in chilli British & World English

A small hot-tasting pod of a variety of capsicum, used in sauces, relishes, and spice powders. There are various forms with pods of differing size, colour, and strength of flavour

Cayenne British & World English

A pungent hot-tasting red powder prepared from ground dried chilli peppers

cayenne pepper in cayenne British & World English

A pungent hot-tasting red powder prepared from ground dried chilli peppers

jalapeño British & World English

A very hot green chilli pepper, used especially in Mexican-style cooking

jalapeño pepper in jalapeño British & World English

A very hot green chilli pepper, used especially in Mexican-style cooking

water pepper in pepper British & World English

Used in names of other plants which are related or similar to the pepper, e.g. Jamaica pepper, water pepper

pepper-shrike in shrike British & World English

Used in names of birds of other families that are similar to the shrike, e.g. cuckoo-shrike, pepper-shrike

bird's-eye pepper in bird's-eye British & World English

A small very hot chilli pepper

Jamaica pepper in pepper British & World English

Used in names of other plants which are related or similar to the pepper, e.g. Jamaica pepper, water pepper

Scotch bonnet British & World English

A small chilli pepper which is the hottest variety available

pepper English Thesaurus

salt and pepper the potatoes

pepper English-Spanish

pimienta f

bell pepper English-Spanish

→ capsicum

hot pepper English-Spanish

pimiento, ají, chile mMéx

pepper spray English-Spanish

gas m pimienta

sweet pepper English-Spanish

→ capsicum

pepper-and-salt English-Spanish

moteado de blanco y negro

cayenne pepper in cayenne English-Spanish

(pimienta f de) cayena f

red pepper in pepper English-Spanish

pimiento (, ají m morrón RPl


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