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  • EN [ ˈflaʊə(r)]
  • US [ ˈflaʊər]

English definition


  • 1. fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain


  • 1. cover with flour;

    • "flour fish or meat before frying it"
  • 2. convert grain into flour

Example sentences

  • First put the flour in the bowl, and then beat the eggs in.

  • Bread is made from flour.

  • Use two cups of flour for the cake.

  • The rats have eaten holes in those bags of flour.

  • We often shake flour through a sieve.

  • She ground wheat into flour.

  • The grain store processed flour wrappers for Chinese dumplings.

  • The southerners prefer rice and the northerners prefer food made from flour.

  • We'd better add in some lemon juice before mixing the flour with sugar.

  • She tipped the flour into the basin.

  • Add the remaining flour to make a soft dough.

  • She bought a small quantity of flour.

  • We'll add some flour to thicken the soup.

  • Mix the eggs with the flour.

  • Flour is made from wheat.

  • Add the milk to the flour, and then mix in 3 eggs.

  • The corn flour has been ground very fine.

  • The flour is ground using traditional methods.

  • She mixed the flour and water to a smooth paste.

  • two sackfuls of flour

  • Lightly flour a rolling pin.

  • Just how much kneading is required depends on the sort of flour.

  • Lightly dust the fish with flour.

  • Work the flour and yeast mixture together until you have a sticky dough.

  • Mature flour has a longer shelf life.

  • Gradually pour the liquid into the flour, working it in carefully with a wooden spoon.

  • Fold in the flour.

  • He makes up his own blends of flour.


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