English version

tomato

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
tomatoto‧ma‧to /təˈmɑːtəʊ $ -ˈmeɪtoʊ/ ●●● S2 noun (plural tomatoes) [countable] 🔊 🔊 tomatoes.jpg DFa round soft red fruit eaten raw or cooked as a vegetable
Examples from the Corpus
tomatoI picked up a tomato so big it sat on the ground.He smelled of stale faeces and tomato sauce.Reduce heat to simmer, cover and cook until sauce forms and tomatoes fall apart, about 15 minutes.Remove from heat and add roasted pepper, tomato, green onion, and thyme; mix thoroughly.Images of sprawling tomato vines, twiggy raspberry bushes and zucchini leaves powdered with mildew all contribute to this prejudice.Add stock, tomato purée and seasoning.FIG. 3 Five conditions were applied to the tomato seedlings.Add orange zest, tomatoes, and raisins and simmer approximately 10 minutes to form a light sauce consistency.
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