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yeast
American English: /jist/
British English: /jiːst/

Translation of yeast in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • (before noun) yeast dough
    masa (feminine) de levadura
    Example sentences
    • As beer brewers do with yeast, the Wiandts drop bits of mycelia into a malt sugar solution.
    • The inclusion of yeast results in fermentation and causes the dough to rise, if it is left in a warm place.
    • To make dough, allow yeast to stand in a small bowl until frothy, about 10 minutes.

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