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Ginger in French : gingembre

Translations of « ginger » in French

Most common translations :


ginger \ˈdʒɪn.dʒə\

  1. (Kitchen) Gingembre.
      Ginger is any plant of a genus (Zingiber, especially Zingiber officinale) of tropical Asiatic and Polynesian herbs of a family (Zingiberaceae, the ginger family) with pungent aromatic rhizomes used as a condiment and as a stimulant and acarminative. Ginger is too the rhizome of this plant used as a spice either as it is or in dried powdered form.
  2. (Familiar) Rouquin.
    • A ginger is a person with reddish-brown hair.

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  1. Roux , rousse.

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Examples of usage of « ginger » in English / French

  • A ginger-haired man with a limp is believed to be responsible for a spate of thefts from cars in Kidderminster.
    Un homme aux cheveux roux et boitant est soupçonné d'être responsable d'une série de vols de voitures à Kidderminster. Kidderminster Shuttle, Warning over thefts by ginger haired man with limp in Kidderminster | Kidderminster Shuttle
  • In a saucepan, heat the milk, butter, light brown sugar, treacle and 100ml ginger syrup, stirring frequently, until steaming.
    Dans une casserole, chauffer le lait, le beurre, la cassonade, la mélasse et 100 ml de sirop de gingembre, en remuant fréquemment, jusqu'à ce qu'ils deviennent fumants. the Guardian, Ravneet Gill’s recipe for sticky ginger loaf with poached pears | Food | The Guardian