Scotch broth
noun Date: 1818 a soup made from beef or mutton and vegetables and thickened with barley

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  • Scotch broth — is a filling soup, originating in Scotland but now obtainable world wide. The principal ingredients are usually barley, stewing or braising cuts of beef or more authentically lamb, and root vegetables such as carrots, turnips or swedes. Greens… …   Wikipedia

  • Scotch broth — n. a broth of mutton and vegetables, thickened with barley …   English World dictionary

  • Scotch broth — n [U] BrE thick soup made from vegetables, meat, and ↑barley (=type of grain) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Scotch broth — ► NOUN ▪ a traditional Scottish soup made from meat stock with pearl barley and vegetables …   English terms dictionary

  • Scotch broth — noun a thick soup made from beef or mutton with vegetables and pearl barley • Hypernyms: ↑soup * * * noun Usage: usually capitalized S : a soup made from beef or mutton and vegetables and thickened with barley * * * a thick soup prepared from… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Scotch broth — El Scotch broth (o traducido caldo escocés) es una especie de sopa muy tradicional de la cocina escocesa. Los principales ingredientes que contiene este caldo son granos de cebada cocinados en carne de vaca o cordero, la inclusión de verduras… …   Wikipedia Español

  • scotch broth — {n.} A thick barley soup with vegetables and mutton or beef. * /Mother cooked a hearty scotch broth for dinner./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • scotch broth — {n.} A thick barley soup with vegetables and mutton or beef. * /Mother cooked a hearty scotch broth for dinner./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • scotch\ broth — noun A thick barley soup with vegetables and mutton or beef. Mother cooked a hearty scotch broth for dinner …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Scotch broth — /skɒtʃ ˈbrɒθ/ (say skoch broth) noun a thick soup made from beef stock and pearl barley …   Australian English dictionary

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