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recipenoun [C]

uk   /ˈres.ɪ.pi/ us   /ˈres.ə.pi/
B1 a set of instructions telling you how to prepare and cook food, including a list of what food is needed for this: For real South Asian food, just follow these recipes. Do you know a good recipe for wholemeal bread?

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recipenoun [C]

us   /ˈres·ə·pi/
a set of instructions telling you how to prepare and cook a particular food, including a list of what foods are needed for this: When I make pies, I don’t need to follow a recipe.
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Translations of “recipe”
in Korean 레시피, 조리법…
in Arabic وَصْفة…
in Malaysian resipi…
in French (de) recette…
in Russian рецепт (кулинарный)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食譜, 烹飪法…
in Italian ricetta…
in Turkish yemek tarifi…
in Polish przepis…
in Spanish receta…
in Vietnamese công thức…
in Portuguese receita…
in Thai สูตรอาหาร…
in German das Rezept, Rezept……
in Catalan recepta…
in Japanese レシピ, (料理の)作り方…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食谱, 烹饪法…
in Indonesian resep…
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