Spanish English Dictionary

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ajo in English:

1. garlic garlic

Will feeding my dog garlic cause any problems?
Is eating a clove of garlic every day beneficial to your health?
You shouldn't eat garlic before going out on a date.
vampires don't like garlic
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.
Franz boned the fish fillets, then sautéed them in butter, garlic, and lemon juice.
Garlic and onion are good remedies against the common cold.
Alton Brown doesn't like garlic presses. He says they only really have one function, which can be done with a knife.
Fry the chopped onion and crushed garlic for 3 minutes.
Greek people sometimes eat fish with garlic sauce on special days.
a plant like a small onion, used in cooking to give a strong taste: Add a crushed clove of garlic (=single section of it).
I can't stand breath of someone who has eaten garlic before.
I add lots of garlic into dishes. I add lots of garlic into dishes. I add lots of garlic into dishes.
Grandmothers often suggest garlic or hot lemon tea as the best cure for a cold.
The potato ricer, similar to the garlic press, is essential to making lefse.

English word "ajo"(garlic) occurs in sets:

Las especias en inglés
Food in Spanish
Especias - Spices
En el Restaurante
Comidas en inglés