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 Translation for 'tomato juice' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   a tomato juice [serving of] | tomato juices
NOUN2   tomato juice [liquid] | -
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tomato juice {noun}
доматен сок {м}
Partial Matches
tomato {noun}домат {м}
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tomato sauce {noun}
доматен сос {м}
juice {noun}сок {м}
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pear juice {noun}
крушов сок {м}
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gastric juice {noun}
стомашен сок {м}
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vegetable juice {noun}
зеленчуков сок {м}
orange juice {noun}портокалов сок {м}
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apple juice {noun}
ябълков сок {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • developed the first canned tomato juice because of a request by a physician in search for baby food for his clinic.
  • Even the labeling on the outside of a shipping box containing food items for retail has been used as subject matter in pop art, as demonstrated by Warhol's "Campbell's Tomato Juice Box", 1964 (pictured).
  • Additionally, mass-produced tomato juice began to be marketed in the mid-1920s, and became a popular breakfast drink a few years thereafter.
  • In 1935 The Clamato Corporation of New York produced "clam and tomato juice in combination".
  • In the 1960s, these winemakers found it easier to create starter cultures in media that contained apple or tomato juice.

  • There is a photograph of Brendan Behan in Ardara with a glass of tomato juice while visiting Gildea's (now the Beehive) in 1960.
  • Tomato juice is a juice made from tomatoes, usually used as a beverage, either plain or in cocktails such as a Bloody Mary, a Caesar, or Michelada.
  • A study by the University of Toronto released in 1985 showed that drinking a Caesar when taking aspirin could help protect a person's stomach from the damage aspirin causes, as compared with drinking plain tomato juice.
  • After much experimentation — first with a cigar box and then a tomato juice can — he arrived at a solution using a microphone inside a military aviator's rubber oxygen mask, paired with a coffee pot filled with sound-absorbing material.
  • Processed tomato products such as pasteurized tomato juice, soup, sauce, and ketchup contain a higher concentration of bioavailable lycopene compared to raw tomatoes.

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