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curry 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈkərē/,/ˈkə-rē/,
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curries, plural;
  1. Groom (a horse) with a rubber or plastic curry-comb

  2. Treat (tanned leather) to improve its properties

  3. Thrash; beat

Noun
  1. A dish of meat, vegetables, etc., cooked in an Indian-style sauce of strong spices and turmeric and typically served with rice

  2. Curry powder


  1. (East Indian cookery) a pungent dish of vegetables or meats flavored with curry powder and usually eaten with rice
  2. season with a mixture of spices; typical of Indian cooking
  3. treat by incorporating fat; "curry tanned leather"
  4. dress: give a neat appearance to; "groom the dogs"; "dress the horses"
  5. Curry (Tamil:கறி) is a generic description used throughout European culture to describe a general variety of side dishes, best known in South Asian cuisines, especially Indian cuisine. It is analogous to "soup" or "stew" in that there is no particular ingredient that makes something "curry. ...
  6. Curry is an experimental functional logic programming language, based on the Haskell language. It merges elements of functional and logic programming, including constraint programming integration.
  7. Curry is a common surname throughout Ireland and Scotland. There are also three places in Cornwall bearing the name Curry, or a similar spelling of it.
  8. A mixture of spices that may include turmeric, coriander, cumin, cayenne or other chilies, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, fennel, fenugreek, ginger, or garlic.
  9. To the Indians, the term curry means gravy or sauce, Curries are what made Indian cuisine famous all over the world, the most famous of all is the Chicken Curry. ...
  10. This word refers to any number of hot, spicy, gravy-like dishes from East India. Comes from the Indian word "kari," which means "sauce." Curry powder is a primary ingredient in curry.
  11. While this is used to generically refer to Indian food, the word actually means a dish with sauce/gravy.
  12. A mixture of many spices, including turmeric, ground cumin, and cardamom, curry adds a sweet, distinctive flavor and yellow color to the breads and dishes in which it is used.
  13. powder comes in numerous blends of spices and the combinations and amounts are is as varied as the chefs. Muchi Curry is considered to be the "hot curry" and it is made with three peppers, cayenne, black pepper, and white pepper. ...
  14. An authentic Indian curry is a combination of a stir-fried wet masala (mixture of onion, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes), various spices and seasonings with which meat, poultry, vegetables or fish is prepared to produce a stew-type dish.
  15. appeared on the cover and in a nude pictorial for Playboy in February 2006 (U.S. Version) where she was paid US$1,000,000 for the shoot.
  16. An East Indian preparation made of hot seeds, spices, and dried herbs.
  17. Currying a function with arguments returns a function that calls the original function with the arguments provided. ...
  18. Curries are highly seasoned gravy-based dishes originating from India. They are prevalent on islands such as Jamaica, Trinidad, and Tobago, where indentured servants from India settled in the mid-19th century. ...
  19. is a generic term for a variety of spiced dishes. Some distinctive spices used in many, though certainly not all, curry dishes include turmeric, cumin, coriander, fenugreek, and red pepper. ...
  20. Kari is an all­-­purpose Indian culinary term that means “sauce.” Curries come in powdered form and also as oils or pastes, and are the basis for curry dishes, which can be meat, vegetable, or fish. ...
  21. A technology that is in high demand for its level of innovation.
  22. To curry favour; to obtain the favour of a person be coaxing or servility.
  23. Dip · Pizza · Salad · Sandwich · Sauce · Soup · Stew
  24. n. any dish that can fall under the label of Indian cuisine; We’ll have a curry for dinner tonight.
  25. The only word in this glossary to have no direct translation into any of the sub-continent’s fifteen or so languages. The word was coined by the British in India centuries ago. ...