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bicarbonate of sodanoun [U]

uk   /baɪˌkɑː.bən.ət.əvˈsəʊ.də/  us   /-ˌkɑːr.bən.ət.əvˈsoʊ-/ mainly UK (US usually baking soda)
a ​whitepowder used to make ​foodsrise when they are ​baked: Mix together 250 g ​plainflour and a ​teaspoon of bicarbonate of ​soda and then ​add to the ​cakemixture.
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