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sauté

verb [T] uk   /ˈsəʊ.teɪ/  us   /sɔːˈteɪ/
to cook food in oil or fat over heat, usually until it is brown
sauté
adjective [before noun] uk   /ˈsəʊ.teɪ/  us   /sɔːˈteɪ/
sauté potatoes
Translations of “sauté”
in Vietnamese áp chảo…
in Spanish salteado…
in Thai ผัด…
in Malaysian dimasak secara saute…
in French sauté…
in German sautiert…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煎,炸,炒…
in Indonesian tumis…
in Russian слегка обжаривать…
in Turkish sote…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煎,煸,炒…
in Polish podsmażać, smażyć…
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