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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16335: Cooking
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    1. to cut into pieces, usually with several sharp blows
    2. to break food up (usually with the fingers) into small pieces
    3. to make liquid flow away from something
    4. to take the skin off fruit, vegetables, etc (also to skin)
    5. to dispense liquid from a container in a continuous stream, especially by holding the container at an angle
    6. to cause to stay just below boiling point while bubbling gently
    7. to cut food into narrow strips
    8. to cut something into flat pieces
    9. to shake small pieces of something or drops of liquid on something
    10. to move an implement round and round in (a liquid or other substance) to mix it thoroughly

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