- 1A small spoon used typically for adding sugar to and stirring hot drinks or for eating some soft foods.More example sentences
- In 1783 Revere made twenty-four spoons engraved with the Swan crest - six large spoons, twelve large teaspoons, and six tablespoons.
- One can play metal teaspoons, tablespoons, soup spoons, and wooden spoons.
- We have a pot, water jug, fresh milk and sugar but no teaspoons.
- 1.1 (abbreviation: tsp. or t) A measurement used in cooking, equivalent to 1/ 6 fluid ounce, 1/ 3 tablespoon, or 4.9 ml.More example sentences
- If you irrigate, and your water is also alkaline, acidify it with 2 teaspoons of vinegar per gallon of water.
- In cooking, ingredients are expressed in teaspoons, tablespoons, ounces, pounds, and cups.
- A calorie is a measurement, just like a teaspoon or an inch.
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- Drop dough by heaping teaspoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheet, about an inch apart.
- I love their piney, resinous, spicy smell, but you could add a teaspoonful of caraway seed - an old friend of the cabbage - instead.
- Drop by heaping teaspoonfuls on ungreased baking sheet.
Pronunciation: /-ˌfo͝ol/noun (plural teaspoonfuls)
More definitions of teaspoonDefinition of teaspoon in:
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