Translation for 'roast turkey' from English to Russian
жареная индейка {ж}roast turkey
Partial Matches
Турция {ж}
индейка {ж}
жареный {adj}roast
жарить [особ. в духовке или на открытом огне] [несов.]
to roast
жарко́е {с}
жариться [несов.]
to roast
индюшиная грудинка {ж}
turkey breast
жареный картофель {м}roast potato
жёсткая критика {ж}roast [coll.]
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Usage Examples English
  • He claims that each day he eats breakfast (turkey sandwich and mince pies), then goes to work, until returning around at lunchtime to eat a full roast turkey dinner before watching a recording of the Queen's Christmas speech, sherry in hand.
  • Bush's visit to Baghdad during Thanksgiving 2003, Blair has documented and disproved claims that a roast turkey that Bush was photographed holding up was plastic.
  • After he sees a procession of roast turkeys, his dream is to eat a whole roast turkey just by himself.
  • On Christmas Eve (Noche Buena), the extended family join for a dinner of roast turkey and white rice seasoned with garlic.
  • Bus groups, sometimes eight per day, converge in Meredith in the fall due to the town's location and to the offering of a full roast turkey dinner on the train catered by Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant, also located in Meredith.

  • Such preparations are traditionally served with roast turkey, as a staple of Thanksgiving (both in Canada and in the United States) as well as English dinners.
  • He made a final appearance in the short "Cold Turkey" (1951) fighting with Pluto for a roast turkey but both of them ended up with nothing.
  • Other stores carried for the 1866 voyage were: "2 dozen cans roast beef, 2 dozen cans roast turkey, 2 dozen cans roast chicken, 2 dozen cans mutton soup."
  • They are a popular and traditional accompaniment to roast turkey in a Christmas dinner and are served as a side dish.
  • As he opens an oven and takes out a roast turkey, a slightly irritated farmer confronts him.

  • It was a traditional way of using up leftover food from Thanksgiving Day and thus is composed essentially of bread slices or a bap, into which are placed sliced roast turkey, cranberries or cranberry sauce and cheddar cheese.
  • A common use of the berries is in sauce to be served with roast turkey.
  • The American guests don't renounce to their habits: jogging; Halloween party, military march at 5 a.m., roast turkey for the Thanksgiving holiday, etc..
  • Christmas is celebrated with a church service; the Victorian novelty of a Christmas tree; a plum pudding and a roast turkey; and presents are exchanged such as some hand-made braces.
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