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broth

noun [U]  /brɔθ, brɑθ/ us  
a thin soup, often with vegetables or rice in it, usually made with the liquid in which meat bones have been boiled
Translations of “broth”
in Chinese (Traditional) (加入蔬菜或米的)肉湯…
in Russian бульон…
in Turkish etsuyu çorba, etli çorba…
in Chinese (Simplified) (加入蔬菜或米的)肉汤…
in Polish rosół…
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