English to Czech Meaning :: mince

Mince :
sekanározsekat, potlačit - sekanásekanámletémincesafektovaný
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Noun(1) food chopped into small bits
Verb(1) make less severe or harsh(2) walk daintily(3) cut into small pieces

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(1) Finely chop the onion, mince the garlic and put these in a large bowl with the lemon juice and oil.(2) Yeah, it's about time rock started to embrace its feminine side - will we ever see a rock star happy to wear a boa or make-up, or perhaps mince about the stage in a catsuit?(3) As versatile as a pound of mince , it is also one of the easiest meats to cook.(4) In some places hummus is topped with cooked lamb mince , which is utterly delicious - though mutton is often used instead, and to the uninitiated this can be a rather strong flavour.(5) Spread up the sides of the moulds and make a hollow and then fill with cooked mince , top with the crumb mixture and bake in a low oven to warm through.(6) stir in the mince and fry until browned(7) I did manage to get a pack of Heritage premium pork sausages half price, at 82p, and 500g of lean beef mince for Ôö¼├║2.69.(8) Try cutting back on the amount you eat per meal and have good meat more often, instead of 5 days of mince and sausages, fill up on veggies and when you eat meat, eat good stuff.(9) It's her movie without a doubt and the script is fine-tuned to showcase her comic talents (not to mention her deportment, decorum and the ability to mince around wearing kitten heels and a bikini).(10) Truman Capote may have been the only man who could mince while slouching; that takes exceptional skill.(11) Place pork mince in a bowl and add chopped olives.(12) Looks a great colour in the pan, tastes of proper beef, lovely coarse mince .(13) St Aidan's High School, which introduced a pioneering project to serve fresh school dinners from its own kitchen, served organic mince for the first time to mark the event.(14) I like to use lean beef mince from the supermarket.(15) Mind you, I'm very good at steak, and my mince with mash is unbeatable.(16) Repeat with the second batch of mince and place in the colander.
Related Words
(1) mince pie ::
(2) to mince ::
na mince
1. grind ::
2. walk affectedly ::
chodit afektovaně
3. moderate ::
Different Forms
mince, minced, minces, mincing
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