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pomodoro

Line breaks: pomo|doro
Pronunciation: /pɒməˈdɔːrəʊ
 
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Definition of pomodoro in English:

adjective

Denoting a sauce made from tomatoes, typically served with pasta: a low-calorie pomodoro sauce is the way to go if you’re planning on enjoying some pasta [postpositive]: the spaghetti pomodoro was very good
More example sentences
  • The main course was veal parmigiana, a paper-thin pounded chop wreathed in melted mozzarella and pomodoro sauce.
  • Pasta with a marinara or pomodoro sauce isn't a classic Tuscan dish.
  • The pomodoro sauce it comes in is tomatoey, rich, robust, and filling.

Origin

Italian, 'tomato'.

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