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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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saucesauce /sɔːs $ sɒːs/ ●●● S3 noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DFC a thick cooked liquid that is served with food to give it a particular tastetomato/cheese/wine etc sauce vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce spaghetti sauces2 [uncountable] British English old-fashionedRUDE/IMPOLITE rude remarks made to someone that you should respect Less of your sauce, my girl!3 what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
Examples from the Corpus
saucechicken in a rich, creamy sauceStir in fish sauce, coconut milk, sugar, and lime juice and bring to a simmer.Drain well and stir into the sauce.It was only tomato sauce, after all!tomato/cheese/wine etc sauceSimmer chunks in milk until tender, then use the milk for a cheese sauce.Chef Tony Rea said a popular entree is ostrich pepper steak in a wine sauce for $ 22. 95.Add one sliced onion, a can of tomato sauce and hot water.Pour on tomato sauce and sprinkle 1 teaspoon grated Parmesan cheese over top of each.And the horseradish potato puree, braised greens, Maytag blue cheese and port wine sauce are also praiseworthy.Some of these questions, especially those regarding tomato sauce and the arts, seem silly.A few berries in a rich wine sauce for goose or chicken adds a delicious note.To serve, pour the tomato sauce over the veal and sprinkle with parsley.