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[Cuisine / Cook]
"To mix" is a generic term.
Shall we check the details? Stirverb
= - mexer; agitar.
Definition: to cause (a liquid etc) to be mixed especially by the constant circular movement of a spoon, etc, in order to mix it.
EXAMPLE: She stirred
the sugar into the mixture. = Ela mexeu
o açúcar com a mistura.
Definition: to beat (eggs etc) with a fork or whisk
Definition: (1) a rapid, sweeping motion. = movimento rápido.
(2) a kitchen tool made of wire etc, for beating eggs, cream, etc = batedor
EXAMPLE: It will be faster to make this pie with the whisk
. = Será mais rápido preparar esta torta com o batedor
Definition: To put or blend together to form one mass.
= the result of mixing some ingredients.
EXAMPLE: If you want to make a lemon ricotta pie, you will need to mix
the butter and sugar first. My favorite one doesn't have the mixture
of eggs and flour. = Se você quer fazer uma torta de ricota com limão, você precisará misturar
a manteiga e o açúcar primeiro. A minha favorita não contem a mistura
de ovos e farinha.
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(2) Oxford Living Dictionary.
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