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braiseverb [T]

uk   us   /breɪz/
to cook food slowly in a covered dish in a little fat and liquid: braised celery Braise the lamb in wine.
Translations of “braise”
in Vietnamese om (thịt)…
in Spanish estofar…
in Thai เคี่ยว…
in Malaysian menumis-reneh…
in French braiser…
in German schmoren…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用文火)燉,燜…
in Indonesian memasak daging dsb. dengan wadah bertutup…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用文火)炖,焖…
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