tamari
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1965 an aged soy sauce prepared with little or no added wheat

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  • tamari — [tə mä′rē] n. a Japanese soy sauce, made by natural methods and often aged: also tamari (soy) sauce * * * ta·ma·ri (tə mäʹrē) n. Soy sauce made without wheat.   [Japanese.] * * * …   Universalium

  • tamari — [tə mä′rē] n. a Japanese soy sauce, made by natural methods and often aged: also tamari (soy) sauce …   English World dictionary

  • tamȃri — m 〈G ja〉 kulin. tekući pripravak od soje, dodatak mnogim svakodnevnim jelima makrobiotičke kuhinje ✧ {{001f}}jap …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • tamari — tamȃri m <G ja> DEFINICIJA kulin. tekući pripravak od soje, dodatak mnogim svakodnevnim jelima makrobiotičke kuhinje ETIMOLOGIJA jap …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Tamari — Abréviation de tamari jōyu (溜り醤油), tamari désigne au Japon une sauce de soja traditionnelle, selon la méthode dite chinoise ou « à l ancienne », faite exclusivement avec des haricots ou des tourteaux de soja, sans ajout de céréales ni… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tamari — Zu diesem Stichwort gibt es keinen Artikel. Möglicherweise ist „Sojasauce“ gemeint. Kategorie: Wikipedia:Falschschreibung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tamari — noun A type of soy sauce made without wheat, having a rich flavor …   Wiktionary

  • tamari — [tə mα:ri] noun a variety of rich, naturally fermented soy sauce. Origin from Japanese …   English new terms dictionary

  • tamari — ta·ma·ri …   English syllables

  • tamari — ta•ma•ri [[t]təˈmɑr i[/t]] n. coo a wheat free soy sauce, usu. aged to develop a full bodied flavor • Etymology: 1965–70; < Japn …   From formal English to slang

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