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bicarbonate of sodanoun [U]

uk   /baɪˌkɑː.bən.ət əv ˈsəʊ.də/ us   /baɪˌkɑːr.bən.ət əv ˈsoʊ.də/ mainly UK US usually baking soda
a white powder used to make foods rise when they are baked: Mix together 250 g plain flour and a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda and then add to the cake mixture.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 碳酸氢钠,小苏打…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碳酸氫鈉,小蘇打…
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