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milk [ milk] n.乳,牛奶 vt.挤(奶)

milk [milk] n. 牛奶 vt. 挤奶

milk [ milk] v.挤奶,抽取,套出(秘密等)

巡回招聘 milk round

鱼米之乡 a land of milk and honey

Milk Products Plant 乳制品厂

Milk Pot 牛奶壶

milk the time away 进攻方以运球或传球方式消耗掉比赛所剩下时间

a tall milk shake 一大杯奶昔

中式早點
烧饼     Clay oven rolls
油条     Fried bread stick
韭菜盒    Fried leek dumplings
水饺     Boiled dumplings
蒸饺     Steamed dumplings
馒头     Steamed buns
割包     Steamed sandwich
饭团     Rice and vegetable roll
蛋饼     Egg cakes
皮蛋     100-year egg
咸鸭蛋    Salted duck egg
豆浆     Soybean milk

冰 类
绵绵冰    Mein mein ice
麦角冰    Oatmeal ice
地瓜冰    Sweet potato ice
紅豆牛奶冰  Red bean with milk ice
八宝冰    Eight treasures ice
豆花     Tofu pudding

鱼米之乡 a land of milk and honey

soya-bean milk 豆浆

coconut milk 椰子汁

long-life milk 保久奶

condensed milk 炼乳; 炼奶

milk-shake 奶昔

“巡回招聘” milk round(一种招聘毕业生的方式,大公司走访各大学及学院, 向求职者介绍本公公司情况并与报名者晤谈)。

奶罐车
milk tanker

Don't cry over spilt milk.
不要做无益的后悔。

black coffee 清咖啡
milk coffee 加牛奶的咖啡
strong/weak coffee 浓/淡咖啡

If you combine powdered milk and water, you get liquid milk.
把奶粉和水合在一起就成了牛奶。

The government has pressured the farmers into producing more milk.
政府向农民施加压力, 要他们生产更多的牛奶。

The hot weather soured the milk.
炎热的天气使牛奶变酸了。

He would consume nearly two pounds of milk per day.
他一天能喝近两磅牛奶。

I have a glass of milk and a bowl of wheat cereal every morning.
我每天早上喝一杯牛奶,吃一碗麦片。

Have you milked the cows?
你已经挤过奶了吗?

Don't cry over spilt milk. 不要做无益的后悔。

I am boiling the milk.
我正在煮牛奶。

Do you know how to milk a cow?
你知道怎么挤牛奶吗?

The little cat drank its milk and washed its face.
小猫喝了牛奶,又洗了脸。

The farmer whistled as he milked.
农夫一边挤奶一边吹口哨。

Would you like a glass of milk?
想喝杯牛奶吗?

I could smell that the milk was not fresh.
我闻得出牛奶不新鲜。

Do you take milk and sugar in your tea?
你的茶里要加牛奶和糖吗?

我们去超市买东西吧。
Let's go grocery shopping.
We need more milk. (还得再买点牛奶。)
Let's go grocery shopping. (那我们去超市买吧。)

If you sell the cow, you sell her milk too.
蚀了本也输了利。

It is no use crying over spilt milk.
泼水难收。

The milk is spilled.
木已成舟。

You cannot sell the cow and sup the milk.
你不可能出售乳牛,同时又要喝牛奶。

This milk has gone bad.
这牛奶变质了。

@@@ 不快
burn a hole in one's pocket 不花光(钱)不痛快
confront sb. with sth. 使某人面对令人不快/头疼的事
cry over spilled milk 对已经发生的事情哭喊抱怨;
对无法挽回的事情感觉不痛快
go against the grain 不合(某人)(性情、意愿等); 令人讨厌或不高兴
hard feeling 感情不合; 不愉快

@@@ 发生
be out of order 发生故障
break down 1.(汽车等)抛锚; (机器)停止运转, 发生故障
2.把...分解
break out 爆发; 突然发生
bring on 1.介绍
2.使发生, 使出现
coincide with (在空间、时间方面)巧合; 同时发生; 与...一致
come about 发生
come what may 无论如何, 不管发生什么事
cry over spilled milk 对已经发生的事情哭喊抱怨;
对无法挽回的事情感觉不痛快
take place 发生; 进行; 举行

@@@ 感觉
cry over spilled milk 对已经发生的事情哭喊抱怨;
对无法挽回的事情感觉不痛快
fed up with 对...感到厌烦; 腻了
feel at home 觉得舒适/无拘束
feel like sth. 摸起来如同...; 有...的感觉
get involved 参与, 卷入; 感兴趣
How are you finding...? 你觉得...怎么样?
I've got a feeling ... 我觉得...
out of sorts 心情糟, 觉得不对劲儿
put sb. out 使(某人)感到不便; 得罪(某人)
sensitive to 对...敏感; 对...反应灵敏
smell out 嗅出, 凭嗅觉发现...
wonder about 对...感到好奇

a tall milk shake 一大杯奶昔

no use crying over spilt milk 伤心无补于实际

Would you like some coffee,juice or milk?
你想喝咖啡、果汁或者牛奶?

产乳 milk

龀 [chèn] /replace the milk teeth/

豆浆 [dòu jiāng] /soy milk/

奶 [nǎi] /breast/lady/milk/

奶粉 [nǎi fěn] /(n) powdered milk/

奶牛 [nǎi niú] /milk cow/dairy cow/

牛奶 [niú nǎi] /milk/

乳 [rǔ] /breast/milk/

龆 [tiáo] /shed the milk teeth/young/

Numerous other commercial enterprises, from theaters to magazine publishers, from gas and electric utilities to milk processors, bring better and more efficient services to consumers through the use of computers.
许多其他商业企业,从剧院到杂志社,从燃气电器公司到牛奶加工厂都通过计算机的使用给消费者提供更好、效率更高的服务。

{adj: any, whatever, whatsoever} one or some or every or all without specification
"give me any peaches you don't want"
"not any milk is left"
"any child would know that"
"pick any card"
"any day now"
"cars can be rented at almost any airport"
"at twilight or any other time"
"beyond any doubt"
"need any help we can get"
"give me whatever peaches you don't want"
"no milk whatsoever is left"

{adj: apocrine} (of exocrine glands) producing a secretion in which part of the secreting cell is released with the secretion
"mother's milk is one apocrine secretion"
<-> eccrine

{adj: bottle-fed} (of an infant) given milk from a bottle
<-> breast-fed

{adj: breast-fed} (of an infant) fed milk from the mother's breast
<-> bottle-fed

{adj: certified} having quality or payment or delivery guaranteed
"certified milk"
"certified check"
"certified mail"

{adj: coagulate, coagulated, curdled, grumous, grumose} transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass
"coagulated blood"
"curdled milk"
"grumous blood"

{adj: dry} not producing milk
"a dry cow"
<-> wet

{adj: earthy} not far removed from or suggestive of nature
"the earthy taste of warm milk fresh from the cow"
"earthy smells of new-mown grass"

{adj: extraneous, foreign} not belonging to that in which it is contained; introduced from an outside source
"water free of extraneous matter"
"foreign particles in milk"

{adj: fresh, sweet, unfermented} not soured or preserved
"sweet milk"

{adj: fresh} having recently calved and therefore able to give milk
"the cow is fresh"

{adj: lacteal} relating to or consisting of or producing or resembling milk
"lacteal fluids"
"lacteal organs"

{adj: lactic} of or relating to or obtained from milk (especially sour milk or whey)
"lactic acid"
"lactic fermentation"

{adj: lidded} having a lid
"milk in a heavy lidded mug"

{adj: lidded} having or covered with a lid or lids; often used in combination
"milk is left in a large lidded mug"
"heavy-lidded eyes"
<-> lidless

{adj: liquid} existing as or having characteristics of a liquid; especially tending to flow
"water and milk and blood are liquid substances"
<-> gaseous, solid

{adj: long-life} (of perishable goods) treated to stay fresh longer than usual
"long-life milk"

{adj: mammary} of or relating to the milk-giving gland of the female

{adj: milch} giving milk; bred or suitable primarily for milk production
"milch goats, milch camels"

{adj: milk-sick} affected with or related to milk sickness

{adj: milk-white} of a white the color of fresh milk

{adj: milkless} having no milk
"milkless breasts"

{adj: milky, milklike, whitish} resembling milk in color or cloudiness; not clear
"milky glass"

{adj: nonfat, fat-free, fatless} without fat or fat solids
"nonfat or fat-free milk"
<-> fatty

{adj: off, sour, turned} in an unpalatable state
"sour milk"

{adj: overturned, upset, upturned} having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom
"an overturned car"
"the upset pitcher of milk"
"sat on an upturned bucket"

{adj: pareve, parve} containing no meat or milk (or their derivatives) and thus eatable with both meat and dairy dishes according to the dietary laws of Judaism
"pareve margarine"
"parvebread"

{adj: refrigerated} made or kept cold by refrigeration
"keep the milk refrigerated"
"a refrigerated truck"

{adj: skim, skimmed} used of milk and milk products from which the cream has been removed
"yogurt made with skim milk"
"she can drink skimmed milk but should avoid butter"

{adj: some} quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity
"have some milk"
"some roses were still blooming"
"having some friends over"
"some apples"
"some paper"
<-> no, all

{adj: spray-dried} dried by bringing a sprayed substance (e.g. milk or soap) into contact with hot air and recovering it in the form of a powder

{adj: thin} relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous
"air is thin at high altitudes"
"a thin soup"
"skimmed milk is much thinner than whole milk"
"thin oil"
<-> thick

{adj: unavailable} not available or accessible or at hand
"fresh milk was unavailable during the emergency"
"his secretary said he was unavailable for comment"
<-> available

{adj: undiluted} not diluted
"undiluted milk"
"an undiluted racial strain"
<-> diluted

{adj: warmed} having been warmed up
"a cup of warmed milk"

{adj: watery, washy, weak} overly diluted; thin and insipid
"washy coffee"
"watery milk"
"weak tea"

{adj: weaned} freed of dependence on something especially (for mammals) mother's milk
"the just-weaned calf bawled for its mother"
<-> unweaned

{adj: wet, lactating} producing or secreting milk
"a wet nurse"
"a wet cow"
"lactating cows"
<-> dry

{adj: white} (of coffee) having cream or milk added

{n: Aerobacter aerogenes} a species of Gram-negative aerobic bacteria that produce gas and acid from sugars and are sometimes involved in the souring of milk

{n: French toast} bread slice dipped in egg and milk and fried; topped with sugar or fruit or syrup

{n: Hershey bar} a bar of milk chocolate made by the Hershey company

{n: Indian buffalo} upland buffalo of eastern Asia where true water buffaloes do not thrive; used for draft and milk

{n: Lampropeltis, genus Lampropeltis} king snakes and milk snakes

{n: Maryland chicken} chicken fried than oven-baked and served with milk gravy

{n: Milk, Milk River} a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River

{n: New England clam chowder} a thick chowder made with clams and potatoes and onions and salt pork and milk

{n: Serratia marcescens} the type species of the genus Serratia; a species found in water and soil and milk and foods and insects; can cause infections of the endocardium and blood and wounds and urinary tract and respiratory tract; has been tested as a bioweapon

{n: White Russian} a cocktail made with vodka, coffee liqueur, and milk or cream

{n: acidophilus milk} milk fermented by bacteria; used to treat gastrointestinal disorders

{n: agalactia, agalactosis} a condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been delivered

{n: alastrim, variola minor, pseudosmallpox, pseudovariola, milk pox, white pox, West Indian smallpox, Cuban itch, Kaffir pox} a mild form of smallpox caused by a less virulent form of the virus

{n: alpine milk vetch, Astragalus alpinus} perennial of mountainous areas of Eurasia and North America

{n: bean curd, tofu} cheeselike food made of curdled soybean milk

{n: bitok} a Russian dish made with patties of ground meat (mixed with onions and bread and milk) and served with a sauce of sour cream

{n: blancmange} sweet almond-flavored milk pudding thickened with gelatin or cornstarch; usually molded

{n: bottle, feeding bottle, nursing bottle} a vessel fitted with a flexible teat and filled with milk or formula; used as a substitute for breast feeding infants and very young children

{n: breast, bosom, knocker, boob, tit, titty} either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman

{n: brick cheese} semisoft sweet American cheese from whole milk in a brick form

{n: brown bread, Boston brown bread} dark steamed bread made of cornmeal wheat and flour with molasses and soda and milk or water

{n: brucellosis, undulant fever, Malta fever, Gibraltar fever, Rock fever, Mediterranean fever} infectious bacterial disease of human beings transmitted by contact with infected animals or infected meat or milk products; characterized by fever and headache

{n: butterfat} the fatty substance of milk from which butter is made

{n: buttermilk} residue from making butter from sour raw milk; or pasteurized milk curdled by adding a culture

{n: butter} an edible emulsion of fat globules made by churning milk or cream; for cooking and table use

{n: cafe au lait} equal parts of coffee and hot milk

{n: cafe noir, demitasse} small cup of strong black coffee without milk or cream

{n: caffe latte, latte} strong espresso coffee with a topping of frothed steamed milk

{n: cambric tea} a beverage for children containing hot water and milk and sugar and a small amount of tea

{n: cappuccino, cappuccino coffee, coffee cappuccino} equal parts of espresso and hot milk topped with cinnamon and nutmeg and usually whipped cream

{n: caramel} firm chewy candy made from caramelized sugar and butter and milk

{n: casein paint, casein} a water-base paint made with a protein precipitated from milk

{n: casein} a milk protein used in making e.g. plastics and adhesives

{n: certified milk} from dairies regulated by an authorized medical milk commission

{n: cheese} a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk

{n: chocolate fondue} fondue made of chocolate melted with milk or cream for dipping fruits

{n: chocolate milk} milk flavored with chocolate syrup

{n: chowder} a thick soup or stew made with milk and bacon and onions and potatoes

{n: clabber} raw milk that has soured and thickened

{n: clarified butter, drawn butter} butter made clear by heating and removing the sediment of milk solids

{n: clotted cream, Devonshire cream} thick cream made from scalded milk

{n: cocoa, chocolate, hot chocolate, drinking chocolate} a beverage made from cocoa powder and milk and sugar; usually drunk hot

{n: coconut milk, coconut cream} white liquid obtained from compressing fresh coconut meat

{n: coconut milk, coconut water} clear to whitish fluid from within a fresh coconut

{n: coconut, cocoanut} large hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk

{n: condensed milk} sweetened evaporated milk

{n: cornpone, pone} cornbread often made without milk or eggs and baked or fried (southern)

{n: cottage cheese, pot cheese, farm cheese, farmer's cheese} mild white cheese made from curds of soured skim milk

{n: cows' milk} milk obtained from dairy cows

{n: cream cheese} soft unripened cheese made of sweet milk and cream

{n: cream} the part of milk containing the butterfat

{n: curd} a coagulated liquid resembling milk curd
"bean curd"
"lemon curd"

{n: curd} coagulated milk; used to made cheese
"Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet eating some curds and whey"

{n: curry sauce} allemande sauce with curry powder and coconut milk instead of stock

{n: custard} sweetened mixture of milk and eggs baked or boiled or frozen

{n: dairy cattle, dairy cow, milch cow, milk cow, milcher, milker} cattle that are reared for their milk

{n: dairy product} milk and butter and cheese

{n: domestic goat, Capra hircus} any of various breeds of goat raised for milk or meat or wool

{n: drop biscuit} biscuit made from dough with enough milk that it can be dropped from a spoon

{n: egg cream} made of milk and flavored syrup with soda water

{n: eggnog} a punch made of sweetened milk or cream mixed with eggs and usually alcoholic liquor

{n: evaporated milk} milk concentrated by evaporation

{n: expression} the act of forcing something out by squeezing or pressing
"the expression of milk from her breast"

{n: female mammal} animals that nourish their young with milk

{n: firm omelet} eggs beaten with milk or cream and cooked until set

{n: galactagogue} agent that induces milk secretion

{n: galactocele} a cystic tumor containing milk or a milky substance (especially in the mammary glands)

{n: galactosis} the secretion of milk

{n: globulin} a family of proteins found in blood and milk and muscle and in plant seed

{n: goat cheese, chevre} made from goats' milk

{n: goats' milk} the milk of a goat

{n: half-and-half} half milk and half light cream; contains 10% to 18% butterfat

{n: hasty pudding} sweetened porridge made of tapioca or flour or oatmeal cooked quickly in milk or water

{n: homogenized milk} milk with the fat particles broken up and dispersed uniformly so the cream will not rise

{n: ice milk} similar to ice cream but made of milk

{n: ice, frappe} a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)

{n: junket} dessert made of sweetened milk coagulated with rennet

{n: koumiss, kumis} an alcoholic beverage made from fermented mare's milk; made originally by nomads of central Asia

{n: lactalbumin} albumin occurring in milk

{n: lactation} the period following birth during which milk is secreted
"lactation normally continues until weaning"

{n: lactation} the production and secretion of milk by the mammary glands

{n: lactic acid} a clear odorless hygroscopic syrupy carboxylic acid found in sour milk and in many fruits

{n: lactiferous duct} ducts of the mammary gland that carry milk to the nipple

{n: lactifuge} any agent that reduces milk secretion (as given to a woman who is not breast feeding)

{n: lactobacillus} Gram-positive rod-shaped bacteria that produce lactic acid especially in milk

{n: lactogen} any agent that enhances milk production

{n: lactose intolerance, lactase deficiency, milk intolerance} congenital disorder consisting of an inability to digest milk and milk products; absence or deficiency of lactase results in an inability to hydrolyze lactose

{n: lactose, milk sugar} a sugar comprising one glucose molecule linked to a galactose molecule; occurs only in milk
"cow's milk contains about 4.7% lactose"

{n: leafy spurge, wolf's milk, Euphorbia esula} tall European perennial naturalized and troublesome as a weed in eastern North America

{n: lobster stew} diced lobster meat in milk or cream

{n: low-fat milk} milk from which some of the cream has been removed

{n: malted milk} powder made of dried milk and malted cereals

{n: malted, malt, malted milk} a milkshake made with malt powder

{n: mammal, mammalian} any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive except for the small subclass of monotremes and nourished with milk

{n: mammary gland, mamma} milk-secreting organ of female mammals

{n: mark, grade, score} a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
"she made good marks in algebra"
"grade A milk"
"what was your score on your homework?"

{n: milk bar} snack bar that sells milk drinks and light refreshments (such as ice cream)

{n: milk can} large can for transporting milk

{n: milk chocolate} chocolate made from chocolate liquor with sugar and cocoa butter and powdered milk solids and vanilla and (usually) lecithin; the most common form of chocolate for eating; used in chocolate candy and baking and coatings

{n: milk float} a van (typically powered by electricity) with an open side that is used to deliver milk to houses

{n: milk leg, white leg, phlegmasia alba dolens} painful thrombosis of the femoral vein in the leg following childbirth

{n: milk of magnesia} purgative consisting of a milky white liquid suspension of magnesium hydroxide; used as a laxative and (in smaller doses) as an antacid

{n: milk punch} a punch made of spirits and milk and sugar and spices

{n: milk sickness} caused by consuming milk from cattle suffering from trembles

{n: milk snake, house snake, milk adder, checkered adder, Lampropeltis triangulum} nonvenomous tan and brown king snake with an arrow-shaped occipital spot; southeastern ones have red stripes like coral snakes

{n: milk thistle, lady's thistle, Our Lady's mild thistle, holy thistle, blessed thistle, Silybum marianum} tall Old World biennial thistle with large clasping white-blotched leaves and purple flower heads; naturalized in California and South America

{n: milk vetch, milk-vetch} any of various plants of the genus Astragalus

{n: milk wagon, milkwagon} wagon for delivering milk

{n: milking machine} machine consisting of a suction apparatus for milking cows mechanically

{n: milking shorthorn} breed evolved from shorthorn beef cattle

{n: milking stool} low three-legged stool with a half round seat; used to sit on while milking a cow

{n: milkman} someone who delivers milk

{n: milkshake, milk shake, shake} frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream

{n: milk} a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings

{n: milk} any of several nutritive milklike liquids

{n: milk} produced by mammary glands of female mammals for feeding their young

{n: mother's milk} milk secreted by a woman who has recently given birth

{n: mucic acid} a solid acid (C6H10O8) found in milk or sugar

{n: nonfat dry milk} dehydrated skimmed milk

{n: opal glass, milk glass} a milky white translucent or opaque glass

{n: oxytocin, Pitocin} hormone secreted by the posterior pituitary gland (trade name Pitocin); stimulates contractions of the uterus and ejection of milk

{n: pasteurized milk} milk that has been exposed briefly to high temperatures to destroy microorganisms and prevent fermentation

{n: pasturized milk} subjected to carefully controlled heating to destroy undesirable microorganisms

{n: penuche, penoche, panoche, panocha} fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts

{n: petty spurge, devil's milk, Euphorbia peplus} an Old World spurge introduced as a weed in the eastern United States

{n: phenylalanine} an essential amino acid found in proteins and needed for growth of children and for protein metabolism in children and adults; abundant in milk and eggs; it is normally converted to tyrosine in the human body

{n: poinsettia, Christmas star, Christmas flower, lobster plant, Mexican flameleaf, painted leaf, Euphorbia pulcherrima} tropical American plant having poisonous milk and showy tapering usually scarlet petallike leaves surrounding small yellow flowers

{n: porridge} soft food made by boiling oatmeal or other meal or legumes in water or milk until thick

{n: posset} sweet spiced hot milk curdled with ale or beer

{n: powdered milk, dry milk, dried milk, milk powder} dehydrated milk

{n: primary tooth, deciduous tooth, baby tooth, milk tooth} one of the first temporary teeth of a young mammal (one of 20 in children)

{n: propionic acid, propanoic acid} a liquid fatty acid found in milk and sweat and in fuel distillates

{n: protein} any of a large group of nitrogenous organic compounds that are essential constituents of living cells; consist of polymers of amino acids; essential in the diet of animals for growth and for repair of tissues; can be obtained from meat and eggs and milk and legumes
"a diet high in protein"

{n: pruno} a liquor concocted from a mixture of ingredients (such as prunes and raisins and milk and sugar) that can be fermented to produce alcohol; made by prison inmates

{n: pumpkin pie} pie made of mashed pumpkin and milk and eggs and sugar

{n: purple milk vetch, Astragalus danicus} perennial of southern and western Europe having dense racemes of purple or violet flowers

{n: quark cheese, quark} fresh unripened cheese of a smooth texture made from pasteurized milk, a starter, and rennet

{n: raw milk} unpasteurized milk

{n: rennet} a substance that curdles milk in making cheese and junket

{n: rennin, chymosin} an enzyme that occurs in gastric juice; causes milk to coagulate

{n: sapsago} a hard green Swiss cheese made with skim-milk curd and flavored with clover

{n: scalded milk} milk heated almost to boiling

{n: sherbert, sherbet, sorbet} an ice containing milk

{n: skim milk, skimmed milk} milk from which the cream has been skimmed
<-> whole milk

{n: slop, slops, swill, pigswill, pigwash} wet feed (especially for pigs) consisting of mostly kitchen waste mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk

{n: smoothie} a thick smooth drink consisting of fresh fruit pureed with ice cream or yoghurt or milk

{n: snow-on-the-mountain, snow-in-summer, ghost weed, Euphorbia marginata} annual spurge of western United States having showy white-bracted flower clusters and very poisonous milk

{n: sow thistle, milk thistle} any of several Old World coarse prickly-leaved shrubs and subshrubs having milky juice and yellow flowers; widely naturalized; often noxious weeds in cultivated soil

{n: soya milk, soybean milk, soymilk} a milk substitute containing soybean flour and water; used in some infant formulas and in making tofu

{n: suckling reflex} reflex behavior in newborn mammals; includes finding and grasping the nipple in the mouth and sucking on it and swallowing the milk

{n: sun spurge, wartweed, wartwort, devil's milk, Euphorbia helioscopia} not unattractive European weed whose flowers turn toward the sun

{n: syllabub, sillabub} spiced hot milk with rum or wine

{n: trembles, milk sickness} disease of livestock and especially cattle poisoned by eating certain kinds of snakeroot

{n: trompillo, white horse nettle, prairie berry, purple nightshade, silverleaf nightshade, silver-leaved nightshade, silver-leaved nettle, Solanum elaeagnifolium} weedy nightshade with silvery foliage and violet or blue or white flowers; roundish berry widely used to curdle milk; central United States to South America

{n: veloute} white sauce made with stock instead of milk

{n: water ice} an ice containing no milk

{n: weaning, ablactation} the act of substituting other food for the mother's milk in the diet of a child or young mammal

{n: whey, milk whey} the serum or watery part of milk that is separated from the curd in making cheese

{n: whey} watery part of milk produced when raw milk sours and coagulates
"Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet eating some curds and whey"

{n: white chocolate} a blend of cocoa butter and milk solids and sugar and vanilla; used in candy bars and backing and coatings; not technically chocolate because it contains no chocolate liquor

{n: white sauce, bechamel sauce, bechamel} milk thickened with a butter and flour roux

{n: white snakeroot, white sanicle, Ageratina altissima, Eupatorium rugosum} American herb having flat-topped clusters of small white flower heads; reputedly a cause of trembles and milk sickness; sometimes placed in genus Eupatorium

{n: whole milk} milk from which no constituent (such as fat) has been removed
<-> skim milk

{n: yak butter} butter made from yaks' milk

{n: yak's milk} the milk of a yak

{n: yogurt, yoghurt, yoghourt} a custard-like food made from curdled milk

{v: boil over, overboil} overflow or cause to overflow while boiling
"The milk is boiling over"

{v: caseate} turn into cheese
"The milk caseated"

{v: condense} remove water from
"condense the milk"

{v: cup} put into a cup
"cup the milk"

{v: curdle, clabber, clot} turn into curds
"curdled milk"
<-> homogenize

{v: curdle} go bad or sour
"The milk curdled"

{v: digest} convert food into absorbable substances
"I cannot digest milk products"

{v: evaporate, vaporize, vaporise} lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue
"evaporate milk"

{v: fortify} add nutrients to
"fortified milk"

{v: homogenize, homogenise} break up the fat globules of
"homogenized milk"
<-> curdle

{v: lap, lap up, lick} take up with the tongue
"The cat lapped up the milk"
"the cub licked the milk from its mother's breast"

{v: milk} add milk to
"milk the tea"

{v: milk} exploit as much as possible
"I am milking this for all it's worth"

{v: milk} take milk from female mammals
"Cows need to be milked every morning"

{v: pasteurize, pasteurise} heat food in order to kill harmful microorganisms
"pasteurize milk"

{v: proof} activate by mixing with water and sometimes sugar or milk
"proof yeast"

{v: render, yield, return, give, generate} give or supply
"The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"
"This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"
"The estate renders some revenue for the family"

{v: scald} heat to the boiling point
"scald the milk"

{v: skim, skim off, cream off, cream} remove from the surface
"skim cream from the surface of milk"

{v: sour, turn, ferment, work} go sour or spoil
"The milk has soured"
"The wine worked"
"The cream has turned--we have to throw it out"

{v: spill, run out} flow, run or fall out and become lost
"The milk spilled across the floor"
"The wine spilled onto the table"

{v: spill, slop, splatter} cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container
"spill the milk"
"splatter water"

{v: sponge up} absorb as if with a sponge
"sponge up the spilled milk on the coounter"

{v: strip} draw the last milk (of cows)

{v: substitute, replace} put in the place of another ; switch seemingly equivalent items
"the con artist replaced the original with a fake Rembrandt"
"substitute regular milk with fat-free milk"

{v: substitute, sub, stand in, fill in} be a substitute
"The young teacher had to substitute for the sick colleague"
"The skim milk substitutes for cream--we are on a strict diet"

{v: suckle} suck milk from the mother's breasts
"the infant was suckling happily"

{v: wean, ablactate} gradually deprive (infants) of mother's milk
"she weaned her baby when he was 3 months old and started him on powdered milk"


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