meaning of bread

bread meaning in General Dictionary

to pay for with bread crumbs preparatory to preparing as breaded cutlets

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  • To distribute
  • a write-up of meals made of flour or dinner by moistening kneading and cooking
  • informal terms for cash
  • cover with bread crumbs
  • food made of dough of flour or dinner and usually raised with fungus or baking dust after which baked
  • To distribute.
  • An article of food made from flour or dinner by moistening, kneading, and baking.
  • meals; sustenance; assistance of life, as a whole.
  • to pay for with loaves of bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking; since, breaded cutlets.

bread meaning in Etymology Dictionary

Old English breads "bit, crumb, morsel; bread," cognate with Old Norse brau

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  • "to dress with bread crumbs," 1727, from breads (n.). Related: Breaded; breading.

bread meaning in Cooking Dictionary

To coat the outer lining of a food with a flour or breadcrumb combination before cooking or frying, generally to create a crunchy area.

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  • To coat with crumbs of bread or other food; or to coat with crumbs, after that with diluted, slightly outdone egg or evaporated milk, and again with crumbs.
  • Baked foods made out of dough manufactured from flour, water, sodium also optional ingredients, and leavened by fungus or any other leavening representatives.
  • To coat meals with bread or cracker crumbs, flour, cornmeal and a liquid or egg mixture before cooking.

bread meaning in Sports Dictionary

an inexpensive, easy and effective type of bait used. Particularly good for bottom-feeding seafood like carp. (recreation: Fishing)

bread meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) To spread.

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  • (letter.) An article of meals created from flour or dinner by moistening, kneading, and baking.
  • (letter.) Food; sustenance; assistance of life, overall.
  • (v. t.) To pay for with breads crumbs, preparatory to preparing; because, breaded cutlets.

Sentence Examples with the word bread

It was impossible to take bread and clothes from our hungry and indispensable soldiers to give to the French who, though not harmful, or hated, or guilty, were simply unnecessary.

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