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(redirected from cooked goose ) Also found in: Thesaurus , Encyclopedia . Related to cooked goose: Sea goose
(ko͝ok) v. cooked, cook·ing, cooks v. tr. 1. To prepare (food) for eating by applying heat. 2. To prepare or treat by heating: slowly cooked the medicinal mixture. 3. Slang To alter or falsify so as to make a more favorable impression; doctor: disreputable accountants who were paid to cook the firm's books. v. intr. 1. To prepare food for eating by applying heat. 2. To undergo application of heat especially for the purpose of later ingestion. 3. Slang To happen, develop, or take place: What's cooking in town? 4. Slang To proceed or perform very well: The band really got cooking after midnight. n. A person who prepares food for eating. Phrasal Verb: cook up Informal To fabricate; concoct: cook up an excuse. Idiom: cook (one's) goose Slang To ruin one's chances: The speeding ticket cooked his goose with his father. Her goose was cooked when she was caught cheating on the test. [Middle English coken , from coke , cook , from Old English cōc , from Vulgar Latin *cōcus , from Latin cocus, coquus , from coquere , to cook ; see pek w - in Indo-European roots .]
( kʊk ) vb 1. (Cookery) to prepare (food) by the action of heat, as by boiling, baking, etc, or (of food) to become ready for eating through such a process. 2. to subject or be subjected to the action of intense heat: the town cooked in the sun . 3. ( tr ) slang to alter or falsify (something, esp figures, accounts, etc): to cook the books . 4. ( tr ) slang to spoil or ruin (something) 5. ( intr ) slang to happen (esp in the phrase what's cooking?) 6. (Recreational Drugs) ( tr ) slang to prepare (any of several drugs) by heating 7. (Jazz) ( intr ) music slang to play vigorously: the band was cooking . 8. cook someone's goose informal a. to spoil someone's plans b. to bring about someone's ruin, downfall, etc n (Cookery) a person who prepares food for eating, esp as an occupation [Old English cōc (n), from Latin coquus a cook, from coquere to cook] ˈcookable adj ˈcooking n
( kʊk ) n 1. (Placename) a mountain in New Zealand, in the South Island, in the Southern Alps: the highest peak in New Zealand. Height: reduced in 1991 by a rockfall from 3764 m (12 349 ft) to 3754 m (12 316 ft); further erosion has reduced the height to 3724 m (12 217 ft). Official name: Aoraki-Mount Cook2. (Placename) a mountain in SE Alaska, in the St Elias Mountains. Height: 4194 m (13 760 ft)
( kʊk ) n 1. (Biography) Captain James. 1728–79, British navigator and explorer: claimed the E coast of Australia for Britain, circumnavigated New Zealand, and discovered several Pacific and Atlantic islands (1768–79) 2. (Biography) Sir Joseph. 1860–1947, Australian statesman, born in England: prime minister of Australia (1913–14) 3. (Biography) Peter (Edward). 1937–95, British comedy actor and writer, noted esp for his partnership (1960–73) with Dudley Moore 4. (Biography) Robin, full name Robert Finlayson Cook . 1946–2005, British Labour politician; foreign secretary (1997–2001), Leader of the House (2001-2003) 5. (Biography) Thomas. 1808–92, British travel agent; innovator of conducted excursions and founder of the travel agents Thomas Cook and Son 6. (Biography) Norman, real name Quentin Cook , also known as Fatboy Slim. born 1963, British disc jockey, pop musician, and record producer; hit records include You've Come a Long Way, Baby (1998) and "Praise You" (2001)
v.t 1. to prepare (food) by the use of heat, as by boiling, baking, or roasting. 2. to subject (anything) to the application of heat. 3. Slang. to ruin; spoil. 4. Informal. to falsify, as accounts: to cook the books. v.i. 5. to prepare food by the use of heat. 6. (of food) to undergo cooking. 7. Informal. to take place or develop: What's cooking? 8. Slang. a. to perform or do extremely well or with energy and style: The band is really cooking tonight. b. to be full of activity and excitement. 9. cook off, (of a shell or cartridge) to explode or fire without being triggered as a result of overheating in the weapon chamber. 10. cook up, Informal. to concoct or contrive, esp. falsely: to cook up an excuse. n. 11. a person who cooks. [before 1000; (n.) Middle English cok(e), Old English cōc (compare Old Saxon kok, Old High German choh, Old Norse kokkr ) < Latin cocus, coquus, derivative of coquere to cook; akin to Greek péptein (see peptic ); (v.) late Middle English coken, derivative of the n.] cook′a•ble, adj.
n. 1. Captain James, 1728–79, English explorer of the S Pacific, Antarctica, and the coasts of Australia and New Zealand. 2. Mount. Also called Aorangi. a mountain in New Zealand, on South Island. 12,349 ft. (3764 m).
If you cook a meal or a particular type of food, you prepare it for eating and then heat it, for example in an oven or saucepan.
Lucas was in the kitchen, cooking dinner. We cooked the pie in the oven.
Cook is only used to talk about food, not drinks.
Cook is also a noun.
See cooker - cook 2. 'make'
If you make a meal or a drink, you combine foods or drinks together to produce something different. You can make a meal without heating anything.
I made his breakfast. I 'll make you a coffee. 3. 'prepare'
Prepare is used in two ways. If you prepare food, you clean or cut it so that it is ready to be used.
Prepare the vegetables, cut into small chunks and add to the chicken.
To prepare a meal or drink means the same as to make it (see above). This is a fairly formal use.
Many elderly people are unable to prepare meals on their own. 4. 'get'
If you get a meal, you prepare it or cook it. You can also say that someone gets a meal ready. If you get a drink, you either mix drinks together or pour a drink.
I'll get the dinner ready . I was downstairs getting the drinks. 5. 'fix'
In American English, if you fix a meal or drink, you make it (see above).
Sarah fixed some food for us. Manfred fixed himself a drink. 6. types of cooking
There are many verbs that refer to different ways of cooking things.
When you bake or roast something, you cook it in an oven without liquid. You bake bread and cakes, but you roast meat. When you roast potatoes, you cook them in an oven in some fat. You can also roast a large piece of meat or a bird over a fire.
Dave baked a cake for my birthday. We roasted a whole chicken.
You use roast, not 'roasted', to describe meat and potatoes that have been roasted.
We had a traditional roast beef dinner.
When you grill or toast something, you cook it under or over strong heat. You grill meat and vegetables, but you toast slices of bread.
Speakers of American English usually use broil rather than 'grill'.
Grill the meat for 20 minutes each side. Toast the bread lightly on both sides. I'll broil the lobster.
When you boil something, you cook it in boiling water.
I still need to boil the potatoes.
When you fry something, you cook it in hot fat or oil.
Fry the onions until they are brown.
A cooker is a metal oven and hot plate that you use for boiling, grilling, or roasting food.
The food was warming in a saucepan on the cooker .
In American English, this machine is called a range.
Can you cook fried chicken on an electric range ? 2. 'cook'
A cook is someone who cooks meals as their job.
They had a butler, a cook , and a maid.
You can also describe someone's ability to cook by using cook with an adjective. For example, you can say that someone is a good cook or a bad cook.
Abigail is an excellent cook .
Be Careful! Don't refer to a person who cooks meals as a 'cooker'. Don't say, for example, ' Abigail is an excellent cooker '.
Past participle: cooked Gerund: cooking
Imperative cook cook Present I cook you cook he/she/it cooks we cook you cook they cook Preterite I cooked you cooked he/she/it cooked we cooked you cooked they cooked Present Continuous I am cooking you are cooking he/she/it is cooking we are cooking you are cooking they are cooking Present Perfect I have cooked you have cooked he/she/it has cooked we have cooked you have cooked they have cooked Past Continuous I was cooking you were cooking he/she/it was cooking we were cooking you were cooking they were cooking Past Perfect I had cooked you had cooked he/she/it had cooked we had cooked you had cooked they had cooked Future I will cook you will cook he/she/it will cook we will cook you will cook they will cook Future Perfect I will have cooked you will have cooked he/she/it will have cooked we will have cooked you will have cooked they will have cooked Future Continuous I will be cooking you will be cooking he/she/it will be cooking we will be cooking you will be cooking they will be cooking Present Perfect Continuous I have been cooking you have been cooking he/she/it has been cooking we have been cooking you have been cooking they have been cooking Future Perfect Continuous I will have been cooking you will have been cooking he/she/it will have been cooking we will have been cooking you will have been cooking they will have been cooking Past Perfect Continuous I had been cooking you had been cooking he/she/it had been cooking we had been cooking you had been cooking they had been cooking Conditional I would cook you would cook he/she/it would cook we would cook you would cook they would cook Past Conditional I would have cooked you would have cooked he/she/it would have cooked we would have cooked you would have cooked they would have cooked
Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun1.cook - someone who cooks food chef - a professional cook cooky , cookie - the cook on a ranch or at a camp fry cook - a cook who specializes in fried foods preserver - a cook who preserves fruits or meat roaster - a cook who roasts food seasoner - a cook who uses seasonings; "the cook is a light seasoner" skilled worker , skilled workman , trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills 2.Cook - English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779) Captain Cook , Captain James Cook , James Cook Verb1.cook - prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook" cookery , cooking , preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife" create from raw material , create from raw stuff - make from scratch 2.cook - prepare for eating by applying heat; "Cook me dinner, please"; "can you make me an omelette?"; "fix breakfast for the guests, please" ready , prepare , fix , make preserve , keep - prevent (food) from rotting; "preserved meats"; "keep potatoes fresh" dress out , dress - kill and prepare for market or consumption; "dress a turkey" create from raw material , create from raw stuff - make from scratch deglaze - dissolve cooking juices or solid food in (a pan) by adding liquid and stirring escallop , scallop - bake in a sauce, milk, etc., often with breadcrumbs on top flambe - pour liquor over and ignite (a dish) put on - put on the stove or ready for cooking; "put on the tea, please!" devil - coat or stuff with a spicy paste; "devilled eggs" precook - cook beforehand so that the actual preparation won't take long; "precook the rice" whip up , whomp up - prepare or cook quickly or hastily cook up , concoct - prepare or cook by mixing ingredients; "concoct a strange mixture" lard - prepare or cook with lard; "lard meat" make - gather and light the materials for; "make a fire" 3.cook - transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes" change integrity - change in physical make-up bake - cook and make edible by putting in a hot oven; "bake the potatoes" brown - fry in a pan until it changes color; "brown the meat in the pan" coddle - cook in nearly boiling water; "coddle eggs" souse - cook in a marinade; "souse herring" micro-cook , microwave , nuke , zap - cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the leftovers" parboil , blanch - cook (vegetables) briefly; "Parboil the beans before freezing them" cook - transform by heating; "The apothecary cooked the medicinal mixture in a big iron kettle" overcook - cook too long; "The vegetables were completely overcooked" fricassee - make a fricassee of by cooking; "fricassee meats" stew - cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine" roast - cook with dry heat, usually in an oven; "roast the turkey" braise - cook in liquid; "braise beef" fry - cook on a hot surface using fat; "fry the pancakes" grill - cook over a grill; "grill the sausages" steam - cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables" pressure-cook - cook in a pressure cooker poach - cook in a simmering liquid; "poached apricots" 4.cook - tamper, with the purpose of deception; "Fudge the figures"; "cook the books"; "falsify the data" fudge , fake , falsify , misrepresent , wangle , manipulate chisel , cheat - engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud; "Who's chiseling on the side?" juggle - manipulate by or as if by moving around components; "juggle an account so as to hide a deficit" cook up , fabricate , invent , manufacture , make up - make up something artificial or untrue 5.cook - transform by heating; "The apothecary cooked the medicinal mixture in a big iron kettle" alter , change , modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue" cook - transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
verb cook something up (Informal) invent , plot , devise , contrive , prepare , scheme , manufacture , improvise , dream up , fabricate , concoct , trump up He must have cooked up this scheme on the spur of the moment. Proverbs "Too many cooks spoil the broth" "God sends meat and the Devil sends cooks"
verb To prepare (food) for eating by the use of heat: do . phrasal verb cook up Informal. To use ingenuity in making, developing, or achieving: concoct , contrive , devise , dream up , fabricate , formulate , hatch , invent , make up , think up . Idiom: come up with . noun A person who prepares food for eating: chef .
Translations طَـبّـاخ طَبَّاخ يَطْبَخُ يَطْبُـخ، يَطـهـوkuchařvařitpécikoklave madstegekoge Koch kochen garen Köchin μάγειρας μαγειρεύω kuiri cocinero cocer cocinar guisar preparar (la comida)kokkikypsyälaittaa ruokaapaistua cuisinier cuire cuisiner cuisinière faire cuire בישל התבשל kuharkuharicakuhatiszakácsfőforrófőzmegfőzeldamatreiîslumaîur, kokkur cucinare cuocere cuoco cuoca falsificare 料理する料理人요리사요리하다cocuscoquerecoquusišsigalvotikulinarijatinkamas keptitinkamas virtivalgių gaminimasgatavot, gatavotiespavārsvirēja koken kok kokkin bakken kokk lage mat tilberede kucharz ugotować gotować kucharka cozinhar cozinheiro cozinheira готовить кок повар готовиться изготовить kuchárkuchárkakuharkuharicakuhatikuhati sekocklaga matlagasทำอาหารพ่อครัว aşçı piş mek pişirmek đầu bếpnấu ăn 厨师 烹调
[kʊk] A. N → cocinero/a m/f too many cooks spoil the broth → demasiadas cocineras estropean el caldo B. VT 1. ( Culin ) [+ rice, vegetables ] → cocinar , guisar ; (= boil ) → cocer ; (= grill ) → asar (a la parrilla) ; (= fry ) → freír to cook a meal → preparar or hacer una comida to cook sb's goose → hacer la pascua a algn 2. (= falsify ) [+ accounts ] → falsificar to cook the books → amañar las cuentas C. VI 1. [ food ] → cocinarse, cocer what's cooking? ( fig ) → ¿qué se guisa ?, ¿qué pasa ? 2. [ person ] → cocinar , guisar ( esp LAm ) can you cook? → ¿ sabes cocinar ? cook up VT + ADV 1. ( Culin ) → preparar 2. [+ excuse, story ] → inventar ; [+ plan ] → tramar
[ˈkʊk] vt (= boil, bake, fry ) → (faire) cuire Cook the pasta for 10 minutes → Faites cuire les pâtes pendant dix minutes . to be cooked → être cuit (e) When the potatoes are cooked → Lorsque les pommes de terre sont cuites ... (= prepare ) [+ meal ] → préparer She's cooking lunch → Elle est en train de préparer le déjeuner . (= fiddle ) to cook the books → truquer les comptes vi [ person ] → faire la cuisine I can't cook → Je ne sais pas faire la cuisine . [ dish, food ] → cuire n → cuisinier/ière m/f Matthew's an excellent cook → Matthew est un excellent cuisinier . cook up vt [+ excuse, story ] → inventer
n → Koch m , → Köchin f ; she is a good cook/very plain cook → sie kocht gut / einfache Kost ; too many cooks (spoil the broth) (Prov) → viele Köche verderben den Brei (Prov); to be chief cook and bottle-washer ( inf : = dogsbody ) → (das) Mädchen für alles sein (inf) vt food, meal → machen , zubereiten ; (in water, milk etc) → kochen ; (= fry, roast) → braten ; pie, pancake also → backen ; how are you going to cook the duck? → wie willst du die Ente zubereiten ? ; a cooked meal/supper → eine warme Mahlzeit /ein warmes Abendessen ; a cooked breakfast → ein Frühstück nt → mit warmen Gerichten ; to cook somebody’s/one’s goose (fig inf) → jdm /sich die Tour vermasseln (inf) ; our goose is cooked (fig inf) → wir sitzen in der Tinte (inf) ( inf : = falsify ) accounts → frisieren (inf) ; to cook the books → die Bilanz (en) frisieren (inf) vi (person, food) → kochen ; (= fry, roast) → braten ; (pie) → backen ; it will cook quickly → das ist schnell gekocht ; the pie takes half an hour to cook → die Pastete ist in einer halben Stunde fertig ; what’s cooking? (fig inf) → was ist los ?
: cook-off n (US) → Kochwettbewerb m cookout n (US) → Kochen nt → am Lagerfeuer ; (on barbeque) → Grillparty f cookware n → Kochgeschirr nt , → Töpfe und Pfannen pl
[kʊk] 1. n → cuoco/a head cook and bottlewasher ( fig ) ( hum ) → tuttofare m/f 2. vt a. → cuocere , cucinare ; ( meal ) → preparare shall I cook you an omelette? → ti cucino or ti faccio un'omelette? to cook sb's goose ( fig ) ( fam ) → rompere le uova nel paniere a qn to cook one's own goose ( fig ) ( fam ) → darsi la zappa sui piedi b. ( fam ) ( falsify, accounts ) → falsificare , alterare to cook the books → falsificare i libri contabili 3. vi ( food ) → cuocere ; ( person ) → cucinare what's cooking? ( fig ) ( fam ) → cosa bolle in pentola ? cook up vt + adv ( fam ) ( excuse, story ) → inventare
( kuk ) verb to prepare (food) or become ready by heating. She cooked the chicken; The chicken is cooking in the oven. kook, gaarmaak يَطْبُـخ، يَطـهـو готвя cozinhar vařit, péci kochen lave mad; koge; stege μαγειρεύω cocinar , guisar , preparar , cocer keetma, küpsetama, küpsema پختن tehdä ruokaa cuire לְבָשֵל पकाना kuhati, gotoviti elkészít, megfőz, megsüt memasak elda cuocere , cucinare 料理する 요리하다 gaminti (virti, kepti ir pan.) (par ēdienu) gatavot, gatavoties masak koken lage mat , koke , steke , bake gotować اشپز، پخوونكى: پخول cozinhar a găti готовить variť, piecť kuhati kuvati laga mat, tillaga[s], steka[s], koka[s] ทำอาหาร piş(ir)mek 烹調 готувати(ся); варити(ся) كهانا پکانا، پکنا nấu ăn 烹调 noun a person who cooks, especially for a living. She was employed as a cook at the embassy. kok طَـبّـاخ готвач cozinheiro kuchař der/die Koch/Köchin kok μάγειρας cocinero , cocinera kokk, toidukeetja آشپز kokki cuisinier/-ière טבח रसोइया kuharica, kuhar szakács(nő) jurumasak matreiðslumaður, kokkur cuoco 料理人 요리사 virėjas pavārs; virēja tukang masak kok kokk kucharz اشپز cozinheiro bucătar повар kuchár, -ka kuhar kuvar kock คนทำอาหาร aşçı 廚師 куховарка; кухар باورچی، خانساماں đầu bếp 厨师 ˈcooker noun 1. an apparatus on which food is cooked; a stove. She has an electric cooker. stoof جِـهـاز الـطَّبْـخ печка fogão vařič, sporák der Kocher komfur κουζίνα μαγειρέματος cocina , fogón pliit خوراک پز liesi cuisinière תָנוּר בִּשוּל कुकर kuhalo tűzhely kompor, peralatan masak eldunartæki, hella cucina 調理器具 요리기구 viryklė plīts dapur gas kooktoestel komfyr , kokeapparat kuchenka اشپز fogão maşină de gătit плита sporák kuhalnik šporet [kok]spis หม้อหุงข้าว fırın , ocak 炊具，爐子 плита, піч چولها bếp nướng 炊具，炉灶 2. an apple etc used in cooking, not for eating raw. stowevrug تُفّاح للطَّـبْـخ плод, използван за готвене ingrediente potravina k vaření das Kochobst kogeæble; madæble καρπός προοριζόμενος για ψήσιμο fruta o alimento para cocinar küpsetamis- سیب پختنی ruoka-aines (pomme) à cuire פְּרִי לְבִּישוּל पका हुआ plod koji se može kuhati kompótalma untuk dimasak epli til matreiðslu da cuocere 料理用果物 요리용 과일 tinkamas virti/kepti vārāms auglis epal untuk dimasak stoofappel mateple/-frukt owoce na kompot/ciasto له پخيودو وروسته د خوړلو ميوه maçA para cozer măr copt яблоко для готовки potravina na varenie (živila) za kuhanje jabuka kolačara matäpple, matfrukt ผลไม้ที่นำมาประกอบอาหาร yemeklik elma vs 而用於烹飪的水果(而非生吃的) сорт фруктів, придатний для варіння پهل جو پكانے کے لۓ استعمال كيا جاتا هے loại quả dùng để nấu ăn 烹饪用水果 ˈcookery noun the art or practice of cooking food. She was taught cookery at school; ( also adjective ) cookery classes. kookkuns فَـن الطَّـبْـخ готварство cozinha kuchařství, kuchařské umění das Kochen madlavning μαγειρική cocina kokandus هنر آشپزی ruoanlaitto cuisine ; de cuisine בשול, בישול पाक कला, पाकशास्त्र kuhanje, kuharsko umijeće szakácsművészet; főző(tanfolyam) seni memasak matargerð gastronomia , arte culinaria; di cucina 料理法 요리법 valgių gaminimas, kulinarija ēdienu gatavošana; kulinārija masakan het koken; kook- matlaging , kokekunst sztuka gotowania پخلى، پخلنځى cozinha culinar, de gătit) кулинария kuchárstvo kuhanje, kuharstvo; kuharski kulinarstvo kokkonst, matlagning การปรุงอาหาร aşçılık , yemek pişirme 烹飪法 кулінарія; куховарство کهانا پكانے كى تركيب، طباخى nghề nấu ăn 烹调法 ˈcookery-book noun ( American ˈcook-book) a book of instructions on how to prepare and cook various dishes. resepteboek, kookboek كِتـاب فَـن الطَّـبْـخ готварска книга livro de receitas kuchařská kniha das Kochbuch kogebog οδηγός μαγειρικής libro de cocinar kokaraamat کتاب آشپزی keittokirja livre de cuisine סֶפֶר בִּישוּל पाक कला की पुस्तक kuharica szakácskönyv buku masakan matreiðslubók libro di cucina 料理の本 요리책 valgių gaminimo knyga pavārgrāmata buku masakan kookboek kokebok książka kucharska د آشپزی کتاپ livro de cozinha carte de bucate поваренная книга kuchárska kniha kuharska knjiga kuvar kokbok ตำราอาหาร yemek kitabı 烹飪書 куховарська книга کهانا پكانے كى تركيبوں والى كتاب sách dạy nấu ăn 烹调书 cook up to invent or make up a false story etc . He cooked up a story about his car having broken down. versinsel يُلَـفِّق قِـصَّـة، يَـخْتَلِـق измислям fabricar vymyslet si erdichten opdigte; finde på σοφίζομαι inventar välja mõtlema از خود درآوردن؛ اختراع کردن keksiä inventer לְהַמצִיא झूठा आविष्कार करना, गढ़ लेना izmisliti kieszel mereka-reka sjóða saman, skálda upp inventare でっち上げる 꾸며 낸 iš(si)galvoti sadomāt; sagudrot mereka cerita verzinnen dikte opp , finne på zmyślać کشف کول fabricar a inventa выдумать vymyslieť si izmisliti si izmisliti koka ihop แต่งเรื่อง uydurmak 偽造，編造 придумувати; сфабрикувати كهانى گهڑنا bịa ra cái gì 伪造，编造
How do you cook this dish? → كَيْفَ هذا الطَبَقُ مَطْبوخٌ؟ → Jak se tohle jídlo připravuje? → Hvordan bliver denne ret forberedt? → Wie wird dieses Gericht zubereitet? → Πώς μαγειρεύεται αυτό το πιάτο; → ¿Cómo se hace este plato? → Miten tämä annos valmistetaan? → Comment se cuisine ce plat ? → Kako kuhate ovo jelo? → Come si cucina questo piatto? → この料理はどのように作るのですか？ → 이 요리는 어떻게 만드나요? → Hoe kookt u dit gerecht? → Hvordan tilberedes denne retten? → Jak się to danie gotuje? → Como O senhor cozinha este prato? → Как это блюдо готовится? → Hur lagar ni till den här rätten → คุณทำอาหารจานนี้อย่างไร? → Bu yemeği nasıl pişiriyorsunuz? → Món này nấu thế nào? → 这份菜肴是怎么制作的？
n cocinero -ra mf; vt, vi cocinar
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