listen to the pronunciation of dollop
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} topak
(yiyecek/vb.) yığın
dili topak
{i} bir parça
{i} azıcık
Englisch - Englisch
a lump, scoop or considerable quantity of something
To apply haphazardly in generous lumps or scoops

She dolloped a generous quantity of mustard on her hot dog.

a small measure (usually of food)
{i} shapeless lump, glob; small amount
A dollop of soft or sticky food is a large spoonful of it. a dollop of cream
A scoop-size blob of soft food, such as whipped cream or mashed potatoes
To place a scoop or spoonful of a semi-liquid food, such as whipped cream, on top of another food The term also refers to the scoop or spoonful of food, as in "a dollop of whipped cream "
{f} spoon a quantity of something; serve in large shapeless quantities
Not an exact measurement but would be equivalent to approximately a heaping spoonful Dot Dot To scatter small bits of butter over top of a food To randomly drop small pieces of an ingredient over food Dredge To coat a food with flour, bread crumbs, corn meal, sugar or other dry ingredient before or after cooking Most often done with pot roasts and stew meat before browning
fictional currency used in Childrens TV Series Chowder
A spoonful of soft food, such as mashed potatoes or whipped cream It may also mean a dash or "splash" of soda water, water, or other liquid if referring to liquid
plural of dollop