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egg in English:

1. egg egg

Boil one egg.
I ate a modest breakfast of toast, coffee, and one egg.
Beat the egg whites until stiff.
It is essential to prevent salmonella contamination in hen egg production.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
My daughter likes egg yolks.
Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow.
Boy, did she have egg on her face when she showed up at the formal party wearing blue jeans!
Crude persuasion is to persistently egg someone on.
Place them on the baking sheet, then glaze them with egg yolk.
Daddy must be able to cook at least one egg!
Ah, a raw egg for me! "Is one enough?" "Yep, if I need more I'll top it up."
I caught sight of a huge egg that had fallen into the middle of the road.
Buy some eggs, please.
If you egg the meat first, it will be tastier.

English word "egg"(egg) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 01

2. chicken chicken

That's chicken.
Tom eagerly finished up what was left of the champagne and chicken pie.
For the best fried chicken in Gulfport, go to Grandma's Kitchen.
You can't eat chicken? How do you know if you never try it?
Heat sesame oil in the pan on a medium flame, add the chicken meat, the garlic and fry, when the colour changes pour in the Chinese soup, add the Chinese cabbage and boil.
It is duck soup for a carpenter to construct a chicken coop for his son.
The joke about the chicken crossing the road to get to the other side is an example of "anti-humor": meant to be funny because, on the surface, it is not.
What's the difference between erotic and kinky? "Erotic is when you use a feather and kinky is when you use a whole chicken."
Blacken the chicken by cooking it on the skillet on high heat for 10 minutes per side.
For his length of loyal service to his organization, he was only repaid in chicken feed.
A male chicken is called a cock and a female is called a hen.
Before retiring he usually dumps the chicken feed from all his pockets onto the table.
If one is to save up the chicken feed every day, it will amount to a very substantial sum in a year.
Have you ever seen a man-eating tiger? No, but I have seen a man eating chicken.
You have the attention span of a chicken. "Chickens are delicious." "My point exactly."

3. female sex cell female sex cell