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yarı kaynat
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coddle, parboil
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To boil food briefly so that it is partly cooked
{v} to half boil, to boil only in part
To partially cook food by boiling briefly in water This may be done to longer cooking ingredients to make sure all ingredients are done at the same time such as in stir-fries
Boil for a short time to partially cook
To partially cook by boiling Usually done to prepare food for final cooking by another method
{f} boil until partly cooked; overheat
To boil a food briefly, until partially done A food might be parboiled before adding it to faster-cooking ingredients to insure all ingredients are evenly cooked
To boil partially in a liquid Cooking is unusually completed by baking
To boil until partially cooked Cooking may be completed by another method
To boil in part; to cook partially by boiling
To cook partially in a boiling or simmering liquid
To boil until partially cooked; remainder of cooking is done by another method
To partially cook food by boiling prior to another method of cooking
cook (vegetables) briefly; "Parboil the beans before freezing them"
If you parboil food, especially vegetables, you boil it until it is partly cooked. Roughly chop and parboil the potatoes. to boil something until it is partly cooked (parboillir , from , from per- + bullire ; influenced by part)
To partially cook in boiling water Most parboiled foods require additional cooking
To partially cook in boiling water or broth
To boil or cook thoroughly
partially cook food by boiling
Simple past tense and past participle of parboil
partially boiled
{s} boiled until partly cooked
{i} process of partially cooking in boiling water
present participle of parboil
third-person singular of parboil



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    /ˈpärˌboil/ /ˈpɑːrˌbɔɪl/


    [ 'pär-"boil ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. From Old French parboillir (“to boil thoroughly”), from Medieval Latin perbullire, from Latin per (“thoroughly”) + bullire (“to boil”). Sense “to boil partially” (c.1440), rather than original “to boil thoroughly” is by corruption: associating the prefix with part (from Latin pars (“part”)) rather than per.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001

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