Definition of black pepper in English:

black pepper

Syllabification: black pep·per

noun

The dried black berries of the pepper (see pepper (sense 2) of the noun)), which are harvested while still green and unripe. Black pepper is widely used as a spice and a condiment and may be used whole (peppercorns) or ground.
More example sentences
  • Take it out once it is mixed and add the oil, salt, black pepper, cumin and coriander then mix together.
  • The salted version often contains spices such as roasted cumin seeds or black pepper.
  • My favorite dish, however, was tofu cooked on an iron skillet with green peppers, onions and black pepper.

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