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Translation of "mince" - English-Spanish dictionary

mince

verb   /mɪns/ ( present participle mincing, past tense and past participle minced)
to cut food into very small pieces in a machine picar Mince the garlic and add it to the pan. minced beef minced onions
noun [no plural]   /mɪns/ UK
meat, usually from a cow, that has been cut into very small pieces carne picada
(Definition of mince from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mince

verb /mins/
to cut into small pieces or chop finely picar Would you like me to mince the meat for you?
to walk with short steps, in an unpleasantly dainty or delicate way andar de manera amanerada, andar con pasos medios He minced over to her.
mincer noun
a machine for mincing meat etc máquina de picar carne, picadora de carne Could you put the meat in the mincer?
mincing adjective
too dainty or prim afectado, amanerado He walked with little mincing steps.
mincingly adverb
de manera afectada
mincemeat noun
a mixture of raisins, other fruits etc, usually with suet (used in baking mince-pies). relleno de frutas
mince pie noun
a small round pie filled with mincemeat that is traditionally eaten at Christmas. tartaleta de frutas
(Definition of mince from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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