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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Make less tough by marinating or pounding.

Usage examples (15)
  • Something about the enzymes in it that tenderise the meat in a really lovely way.
  • If you are low heat roasting a lesser cut of meat in order to tenderise and keep it juicy, chances are you can forget about gravy.
  • Of course, you still have to despatch your rodent - here I'd recommend sticking with the bludgeoning, ideally using a steak mallet, because 1: it'll help tenderise your...
  • Now large specimens of octopus have a bit of a reputation of being a bit tough and chewy, personally I think it's part of the charm, but others are not so forgiving and over... for more
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