Definition of “bouillon” - English Dictionary


“bouillon” in English

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bouillonnoun [ C or U ]

uk /ˈbuː.jɒ̃/ us /ˈbʊl.jɑːn/

Examples from literature

  • Beat until stiff and serve on bouillon or on any cream soup. 
  • Eventually each of them dipped a piece of bread into the soup to taste the bouillon. 
  • Having done this—she seemed to think of everything—she tasted the bouillon. 
  • Only tea, bouillon, chocolate, bread and cakes are served. 
  • She broke up some toast in the bouillon and commenced to sip it. 

(Definition of “bouillon” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)