- Worcester sauce
- Worcester sauce (also Worcestershire sauce) ► NOUN ▪ a pungent sauce containing soy sauce and vinegar, first made in Worcester in England.
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Worcester Sauce — Werbung für Lea Perrins’ Worcestershiresauce von 1900 Worcestershiresauce [ˈwʊstəˌʃɪə ] ist eine klassische englische Würzsauce, die von dem Unternehmen Lea Perrins seit dem 28. August 1837 in Worcester hergestellt wird. Heute werden… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Worcester sauce — (also fml) and (AmE Worcestershire Sauce) n [U] a very popular dark sauce with a strong flavour made in Worcester by the Lea and Perrins company. It was originally created in 1835 by two chemists, Lea and Perrins, in Worcester and they began… … Universalium
Worcester sauce — (also Worcestershire sauce) noun a pungent sauce containing soy sauce and vinegar, first made in Worcester … English new terms dictionary
Worcester sauce — n. a pungent sauce first made in Worcester. Etymology: Worcester in S. England … Useful english dictionary
Worcester sauce — the generic name for Worcestershire sauce … Dictionary of ichthyology
Worcester sauce — noun Worcestershire sauce … Wiktionary
Worcester sauce — UK [ˌwʊstə(r) ˈsɔːs] / US [ˌwʊstər ˈsɔs] noun [uncountable] a brown sauce with a strong taste that you buy in bottles and use for adding flavour to food … English dictionary
Worcester, Western Cape — Worcester Town Top: Dutch Reformed Church. Center left: Slave bell. Center right: Old house on Russell Street built in 1836. Bottom: View of Worcester looking north east … Wikipedia
Worcester (disambiguation) — Worcester may refer to:United Kingdom:*Worcester, a city in England and the county town of Worcestershire **Worcestershire, a county in England United States:*Worcester, Massachusetts, the largest city with the name *Worcester, New York… … Wikipedia
Worcester — /woos teuhr/, n. 1. Joseph Emerson, 1784 1865, U.S. lexicographer. 2. a city in central Massachusetts. 161,799. 3. a city in Hereford and Worcester, in W England, on the Severn: cathedral; Cromwell s defeat of the Scots 1651. 74,300. 4.… … Universalium