- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (mashed potato) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], puré (masculine) de papas or (Spain/España) de patatas, naco (masculine) (Colombia)More example sentences1.2 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (animal feed) [Agriculture/Agricultura] afrecho (masculine)
More example sentences1.3 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (in brewing) malta (feminine)
- This dish is perfect served with creamy mash and buttered cabbage.
- She did sausages and mash and toad in the hole - that was one of our favourites.
- Opt for simple comforting English fare like fish-finger sarnies with ketchup, or Cornish pasties and sausage and mash.
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- If no pasture is available then the mare will have to be fed a bran mash to keep the feces loose.
- Protein-rich worm feed and chicken mash are added for supplements.
- She slowly transferred them to Pro-nutro then growing mash and finally garden bird seed.
- I suspect that the reason the recipe calls for a large amount of sugar in the wort is that this mash doesn't produce enough fermentable sugars to make beer.
- The ideal pH of the wort, which is the mash soaked in hot water, is about 4.7.
- To make the mash, the malted barley is crushed between rollers and then wet with hot water, at around 65°C.
- [Cookery/Cocina] [potatoes/bananas] hacer* puré de, moler (Chile, Mexico/Chile, México) , chafar (Spain/España) , pisar (RPl, Ven) , espichar (Colombia) mashed potato(es) puré (masculine) de papas or (Spain/España) de patatasMore example sentences
- Leafy vegetables may also be mashed together with the starchy foods.
- The fish was served on a pile of sorrel with mashed chickpeas.
- Mashed avocado is also ideal for babies, since it is mild and creamy in flavour yet higher in vitamins B1 and B2, potassium and magnesium than any other fruit or vegetable.