brown sauce
noun Date: 1723 a sauce consisting typically of stock thickened with flour browned in fat

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  • brown sauce — UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms brown sauce : singular brown sauce plural brown sauces British a dark cold sauce containing fruit and spices, eaten with meat …   English dictionary

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  • brown sauce — /braʊn ˈsɔs/ (say brown saws) noun a sauce made from flour browned in fat to which a dark meat stock and various herbs and spices are added …   Australian English dictionary

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  • brown sauce — noun a) A sauce made by the addition of stock to a heated and browned mixture of butter and flour. b) Any of many brands of bottled sauce based on malt vinegar, fruit and spices; see, for example …   Wiktionary

  • brown sauce — noun a commercially prepared relish containing vinegar and spices …   English new terms dictionary

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