Definition of undercook in English:

undercook

Syllabification: un·der·cook
Pronunciation: /ˌəndərˈko͝ok/

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective undercooked)
Cook (something) insufficiently: undercooked meats
More example sentences
  • The meal was slightly undercooked but delicious.
  • Once I'd showered, was tucked back in bed and fed a bowl of slightly undercooked chicken soup, I was feeling a bit better.
  • The stuffed eggplant was slightly undercooked, but the flavours of cheese and herbs were delightful.
Synonyms
underdone, half-cooked, half-baked, uncooked; rare, raw

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