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asado in English:

1. broiled broiled


The cook broiled the meat.

English word "asado"(broiled) occurs in sets:

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2. roast


The roast we ate yesterday was delicious.
Horseradish tastes good on roast beef sandwiches.
We all pigged out at the company Christmas party, especially on the roast beef.
I cannot even boil water, much less roast a turkey.
roasted chicken
There is nothing better than a tasty roast chicken.
Mmmmn ... maybe I'll have a hair of the dog. "Whoa, hold up a mo! Here, I cooked roast fish for this morning. You ought to be able to eat this OK."
Roast beef is usually accompanied by Yorkshire pudding.
We roast just enough beans for the amount we're going to drink, and grind them in the coffee mill.
there is nothing I like more than tucking into a juicy steak, munching on a hamburger or chewing on a nice piece of roast beef.
If you roast the vegetables the taste will be better.
I think that it's a good idea to roast some nuts and almonds for the party.
It will not roast your non-ferrous hand!
o cook something, such as meat, in an oven or over a fire, or to cook in this way (Are you going to roast the chicken?)
Your roast potatoes are the best thing I've ever eaten.

English word "asado"(roast) occurs in sets:

adj. calif. II

3. roasted


I like roasted chestnuts.
The beef was roasted to perfection and everyone enjoyed the meal.

English word "asado"(roasted) occurs in sets:

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