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 Translation for 'black pepper' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO black pepper | common pepper | Madagascar pepper | ...
бот.гастр.T
black pepper {noun}
черен пипер {м}
Partial Matches
pepper {noun}пипер {м}
гастр.
bell pepper {noun}
чушка {ж} [пиперка]
black {adj}черен
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unverified jet black {adj}гарваново черен
гастр.
black tea {noun}
черен чай {м}
геог.
Black Sea coast {noun}
Черноморие {ср}
гастр.
black pudding {noun} [Br.]
кървавица {ж}
зоол.T
black mamba {noun} [Dendroaspis polylepis]
черна мамба {ж}
орн.T
black guillemot {noun} [Cepphus grylle]
чистик {м}
орн.T
black stork {noun} [Ciconia nigra]
черен щъркел {м}
орн.T
black skimmer {noun} [Rynchops niger]
черен водорез {м}
орн.T
black tern {noun} [Chlidonias niger]
черна рибарка {ж}
орн.T
black-billed cuckoo {noun} [Coccyzus erythropthalmus]
черноклюна кукувица {ж}
орн.T
black-footed penguin {noun} [Spheniscus demersus]
африкански пингвин {м}
орн.T
black-bellied sandgrouse {noun} [Pterocles orientalis]
пясъчна пустинарка {ж}
орн.T
black-necked grebe {noun} [Podiceps nigricollis]
черноврат гмурец {м}
орн.T
(black-legged) kittiwake {noun} [Rissa tridactyla]
трипръста чайка {ж}
зоол.T
black lion tamarin {noun} [Leontopithecus chrysopygus]
черен лъвски тамарин {м}
зоол.T
black-tailed jackrabbit {noun} [Lepus californicus]
калифорнийски заек {м}
орн.T
black crowned crane {noun} [Balearica pavonina]
черен коронован жерав {м}
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Translation for 'black pepper' from English to Bulgarian

black pepper {noun}
черен пипер {м}бот.гастр.T

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pepper {noun}
пипер {м}
bell pepper {noun}
чушка {ж} [пиперка]гастр.
black {adj}
черен
jet black {adj}
unverified гарваново черен
black tea {noun}
черен чай {м}гастр.
Black Sea coast {noun}
Черноморие {ср}геог.
black pudding {noun} [Br.]
кървавица {ж}гастр.
black mamba {noun} [Dendroaspis polylepis]
черна мамба {ж}зоол.T
black guillemot {noun} [Cepphus grylle]
чистик {м}орн.T
black stork {noun} [Ciconia nigra]
черен щъркел {м}орн.T
black skimmer {noun} [Rynchops niger]
черен водорез {м}орн.T
black tern {noun} [Chlidonias niger]
черна рибарка {ж}орн.T
black-billed cuckoo {noun} [Coccyzus erythropthalmus]
черноклюна кукувица {ж}орн.T
black-footed penguin {noun} [Spheniscus demersus]
африкански пингвин {м}орн.T
black-bellied sandgrouse {noun} [Pterocles orientalis]
пясъчна пустинарка {ж}орн.T
black-necked grebe {noun} [Podiceps nigricollis]
черноврат гмурец {м}орн.T
(black-legged) kittiwake {noun} [Rissa tridactyla]
трипръста чайка {ж}орн.T
black lion tamarin {noun} [Leontopithecus chrysopygus]
черен лъвски тамарин {м}зоол.T
black-tailed jackrabbit {noun} [Lepus californicus]
калифорнийски заек {м}зоол.T
black crowned crane {noun} [Balearica pavonina]
черен коронован жерав {м}орн.T
Usage Examples English
  • California is home to Santa Maria-style barbecue, where the spices involved generally are black pepper, paprika, and garlic salt, and grill over the coals of coast live oak.
  • As revenge, Polly laces the dog's sausages with black pepper and Tabasco sauce ("bangers à la bang"), making it ill and eventually killing it.
  • Black pepper contains the alkaloid guineesine, which is an anandamide reuptake inhibitor. It may therefore increase anandamide's physiological effects.
  • Marinette is not cruel. She only gets cruel in possession, when people burn animals or humans. She likes salvia, black pepper, lavender, and sweets.
  • In Mexico, it is known as "queso de puerco" and is usually spiced with oregano, vinegar, garlic, and black pepper.

  • They called them "peppers" because, like black pepper of the genus "Piper" known in Europe, they have a spicy, hot taste unlike other foods.
  • The saffron trade, which predated Minoan civilization, was comparable in value to that of frankincense or black pepper.
  • Archaeological evidence dating to 2600 BCE from Mohenjo-daro suggests the use of mortar and pestle to pound spices including mustard, fennel, cumin, and tamarind pods with which they flavoured food. Black pepper is native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia and has been known to Indian cooking since at least 2000 BCE.
  • Regional variations include a sprinkle of freshly ground allspice or black pepper and the addition of coarsely ground mustard in the white sauce (in Scania).
  • It is traditionally flavoured with black pepper grains, but modern versions can also contain pistachios or, more rarely, myrtle berries.

  • In moderate climates (such as the northern Rhone Valley and parts of the Walla Walla AVA in Washington State), they tend to produce medium to full-bodied wines with medium-plus to high levels of tannins and notes of blackberry, mint and black pepper.
  • Seasonings commonly added to ramen are white pepper, black pepper, butter, chili pepper, sesame seeds, and crushed garlic. Soup recipes and methods of preparation tend to be closely guarded secrets.
  • One of the most prized goods from Tamilkam was spices such as black pepper, but other spices, pearls and silk were also widely traded there.
  • A frequently used spice such as black pepper may merit storage in its own hand grinder or mill.
  • By classical antiquity, there was a vigorous trade of spices including black pepper ("P. ...

  • Fried chicken is a staple of after-church dinner on Sundays (Indiana's version uses more black pepper than most).
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