- caster sugar
- caster sugar (also castor sugar) ► NOUN Brit. ▪ finely granulated white sugar.ORIGIN because suitable for sprinkling from a castor.
English terms dictionary. 2015.
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caster sugar — caster .sugar castor sugar n [U] BrE sugar with very small grains used for cooking … Dictionary of contemporary English
caster sugar — noun very finely granulated sugar that was formerly sprinkled from a castor • Syn: ↑castor sugar • Regions: ↑United Kingdom, ↑UK, ↑U.K., ↑Britain, ↑United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
caster sugar — also castor sugar N UNCOUNT Caster sugar is white sugar that has been ground into fine grains. It is used in cooking. [BRIT] (in AM, use superfine sugar) … English dictionary
caster sugar — noun Granulated sugar that has been sifted to have a finer crystal size, so that it can be shaken out of the holes of a caster. Syn: berry sugar … Wiktionary
Caster sugar — regular sugar (actually slightly finer than regular US sugar, but not much) … Dictionary of Australian slang
caster sugar — Australian Slang regular sugar (actually slightly finer than regular US sugar, but not much) … English dialects glossary
caster sugar — (also castor sugar) noun Brit. finely granulated white sugar. Origin C19: so named because it was suitable for sprinkling using a castor … English new terms dictionary
caster sugar — /ˈkastə ˌʃʊgə / (say kahstuh .shooguh) noun finely ground white sugar. Also, castor sugar … Australian English dictionary
caster sugar — noun see castor sugar … New Collegiate Dictionary
caster sugar — finely ground sugar (often used in gourmet recipes because of its light texture) … English contemporary dictionary