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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
roeroe /rΙ™ΚŠ $ roʊ/ noun [countable, uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFfish eggs eaten as a food β†’ caviar
Examples from the Corpus
roeβ€’ Fish roe, taramasalata, fried scampi.β€’ Edusha brewed tea, putting herring roe, cheese, and butter on the table.β€’ In fact, the Europa is so forgiving that novices like roe can get straight in and drive last.β€’ Larger numbers of roe deer live near there and Czechoslovakia still has bears and wolves roaming in the wild.β€’ Red caviar is prepared from salmon roe.β€’ She survived until my sushi-maker served up the requisite salmon roe topped with the yoke of a tiny ostrich egg.β€’ Caviar is sturgeon roe prepared by a special process.β€’ Place the roe, lemon juice and squeezed bread in a food processor blender.
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