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currynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈkɜr·i, ˈkʌr·i/
a ​dish, ​originally from India, consisting usually of ​meat or ​vegetablescooked in a ​spicysauce: [U] Lamb curry is this restaurant’s ​specialty.
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currynoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈkʌr.i/  us   /ˈkɝː.i/
A2 a ​dish, ​originally from ​SouthAsia, consisting of ​meat or ​vegetablescooked in a ​spicysauce: a ​hot (= very ​spicy) curry a ​mild (= ​slightlyspicy) curry vegetable/​chicken/​lamb curry curry ​sauce

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curried
adjective uk   /ˈkʌr.id/  us   /ˈkɝː.id/
curried ​eggs/​fish

curryverb

uk   /ˈkʌr.i/  us   /ˈkɝː.i/
(Definition of curry from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “curry”
in Korean 커리…
in Arabic كاري (طَعام هِنْدي)…
in Malaysian kari…
in French curry…
in Russian карри…
in Chinese (Traditional) (源自印度的)咖喱食品,咖喱菜餚…
in Italian (prato ao) curry…
in Turkish baharatı bol, acı Hint yemeği…
in Polish curry…
in Spanish curry…
in Vietnamese món cà ri…
in Portuguese caril…
in Thai แกงเผ็ด…
in German das Currygericht…
in Catalan curri…
in Japanese カレー…
in Chinese (Simplified) (源自印度的)咖喱食品,咖喱菜肴…
in Indonesian kari…
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