Meaning of BOWL in English

BOWL

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a bowl of soup

Could I have a bowl of soup?

a glass bottle/bowl/vase etc

Glass bottles can be recycled very easily.

a soup bowl/plate

Russell pushed his empty soup bowl away.

a Wembley/Hollywood Bowl etc appearance

He led the Broncos to three Super Bowl appearances in twelve years.

begging bowl

Arts and theatre groups are constantly thrusting the begging bowl at the government.

bowling alley

bowling ball

bowling green

dust bowl

finger bowl

goldfish bowl

Pop stars have to live their life in a goldfish bowl.

ladle soup out/into a bowl (= serve it using a large spoon )

Ladle the soup into warm bowls and garnish with parsley.

lawn bowling

mixing bowl

punch bowl

tenpin bowling

the toilet bowl

She was scrubbing the toilet bowl.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

begging

But there was more to it than coming out with the begging bowl because of a particular crisis.

As a school we did not want to be seen as constantly rolling out the begging bowl .

Pupils sent home to beg A HARD-UP primary school has sent pupils home with begging bowls - yoghurt pots for collecting coins.

big

A big bowl of salad, some crusty bread and fresh fruit is all you would need to serve alongside.

Then we build our salad, sampling each wild thing as we add it to the big wooden bowl .

Now place a sieve over a big bowl .

I dipped the glass ladle into the big bowl and refilled my cup.

Place popcorn in a big bowl .

He tossed the salad tableside in big wooden bowls with much theatrical flair and the customers were entranced.

A casserole of dissimilar musical interests cunningly fused into one big bowl .

I serve the macaroni with a big bowl of broccoli cooked in salted water until just tender.

clean

Place the dough in a clean bowl and cover with cling film.

Return to a clean bowl and cover with damp towel or plastic wrap, or put the bowl inside a plastic bag.

Return the dough to a clean bowl , cover it with a damp 1 Caramel coloring is simply burnt sugar.

large

Traditional Christmas pudding Place all the ingredients together in a large bowl and mix thoroughly.

Lester had made a large bowl of popcorn.

Strain custard through fine-mesh strainer into second large mixing bowl .

Cut butter into a large mixing bowl .

She is staring into a large stone bowl held aloft by stony lions.

Combine first 7 ingredients in a large mixer bowl and add buttermilk, butter and eggs.

Place the venison in a large bowl with all the ingredients for the marinade.

Drain and put in large bowl .

little

Two unsightly slush machines mar the ambience, and tacky little bowls of pretzels are strewn throughout.

I cupped my hands 50 as to make of them a little bowl or dish beneath my mouth.

mixing

Beat the butter in a mixing bowl until creamy and light.

Makes about 24 1 Beat butter and sugar with a wooden spoon in a mixing bowl until light and creamy.

Place the three whole eggs and two yolks in a large mixing bowl with the sugar.

Place both the flours in a mixing bowl .

Place the flour, sesame seeds and salt in a large mixing bowl .

Sift the strong plain flour into a warm mixing bowl .

Its ancestors haunt the mixing bowl , stirred to a gallop by the wooden spoon and libations of flour and milk.

separate

Cool. 4 Melt the white and plain chocolate in separate bowls over hot water.

In a separate bowl , mix the liquid ingredients.

Beat eggs and sugar with fork in separate bowl .

Crack eggs into a separate bowl and beat in slowly.

In a separate bowl whisk the egg whites until stiff.

In separate bowl combine bananas, milk and lemon peel; add to shortening mixture.

Provide a separate bowl of diluted steriliser in which to rinse pipes and tubes.

In a separate bowl beat egg whites until stiff and fold into applesauce mixture.

shallow

Serve the noodles in a shallow bowl with a warmed slice of Roulé on each bowl of pasta.

Then we lined up again, carrying the shallow metal bowls we had been issued, and waited to be given food.

Strain the fruit, reserving the juice then soak all the break in the fruit juice in a shallow bowl .

An easel deep enough to display a book may work for a shallow bowl or platter.

Florist's foam will help to turn a shallow bowl into a lovely container.

silver

According to custom, they each contributed blood from their veins to a silver bowl and all drank therefrom.

There a servant hastened to them with water in a golden ewer which she poured over their fingers into a silver bowl .

I did not let the silver bowl get dull.

small

Combine the pork, one tablespoon of soy sauce and one teaspoon of salt in a small bowl and mix well.

In a small bowl , combine the garlic, fresh herbs, salt and pepper and olive oil.

Three fresh eggs lay in a small bowl on the top shelf in Freda's kitchen.

In small bowl , mix together oil, garlic and salt.

Molin small gold bowl , £40.95, from Harvey Nichols.

Remove from heat and transfer to a small mixing bowl .

I also borrowed a small silver bowl for collecting water from the drainpipe.

Combine beaten egg with mayonnaise in small bowl .

wooden

The fountain-pen in the wooden bowl was blue, a small slim pen that had been hers.

Then we build our salad, sampling each wild thing as we add it to the big wooden bowl .

He tossed the salad tableside in big wooden bowls with much theatrical flair and the customers were entranced.

■ NOUN

cereal

She carried the cereal bowls and the knives and forks to the sink.

I rinse the cereal bowl and leave it in the kitchen sink for tonight.

Place freshly ground coffee in cereal bowls inside the refrigerator for several days.

These promotional items are wonderful collectibles and range from stuffed animals and dolls to cereal bowls and kitchen utensils.

To serve, measure a few tablespoons of mixture into a cereal bowl and add milk.

Some one lays out the cereal bowls .

dust

On the other side was another dust bowl identical to the last.

If desertification continues to spread, the dust bowl will not only undermine the economy but also trigger a huge migration eastward.

glass

This cake is more like a pudding - serve it in a glass bowl so that everyone can appreciate the attractive layering.

Minutes later Jasper returned with clear glass bowls of grappa ice.

A glass bowl , enclosing her, with Jacob staring in - smiling, benevolent, disinterested.

He helps himself to a mint from a fancy glass bowl on the coffee table.

Alternate layers of apple and crumbs in a glass bowl .

Remove from freezer 30 minutes before eating and scoop into a glass bowl .

She turned away to get something out of the fridge, which turned out to be a glass bowl full of trifle.

Squatting down, she took a plate from the top of a large glass bowl .

goldfish

Surviving in this goldfish bowl of publicity would crack the strongest union.

On his shelf he had a goldfish bowl with two goldfish swimming blankly around.

She long ago learned that the pressure of fame and the goldfish bowl existence it brings can take a terrible toll.

A stupendous cinema epic, reduced to a sort of frantic scurrying in a goldfish bowl , might merely seem ridiculous.

For example: A: Why were you sitting in the town hall fountain, with a goldfish bowl over your head?

punch

It was more a tidal wave in a punch bowl .

They held the punch bowl at parties, the potato salad, chips and dips.

Smiling at Evelyn, and ignoring Geoffrey, she made her way across the room to the punch bowl .

salad

Place in a salad bowl with the walnut pieces. 2 Whisk together dressing ingredients.

They carry with them covered dishes, salad bowls , and platters covered with tin foil.

Put salad leaves into a large salad bowl .

The pair fully intends to be on stage this weekend, returned to all their companions in the salad bowl .

Drain sweetcorn and broccoli and transfer all ingredients to the salad bowl .

In a large salad bowl , combine chicken, potatoes, green beans, red pepper, onion and dill.

Place in a salad bowl with the artichokes, onion and olives.

Instead of plunging into the pool you simply put your head in a salad bowl .

soup

A soup bowl with a flared rim can help prevent spillages.

Hands in their laps, both husband and wife address the soup bowl , bowing.

His soup bowl snaked from his tray, tipped, tilted, the liquid ran steaming to the bowl in front of Byrkin.

She put it down on the table next to Bedford, and removed his soup bowl .

Luch fished the worst of the earth from the soup bowl and offered it to Marion, who didn't notice.

After ladling into soup bowls , drizzle a design on top of the soup with a pureed red pepper mixture.

Luch was by the fire, fishing a heating stone out from the soup bowl .

Ladle the broth into soup bowls and garnish with turkey strips, avocado chunks and cilantro.

sugar

After that he still chased me, firing away with wellington boots, sugar bowls and other unlikely weapons.

Lois stared down at the coffee table, which already had a creamer and sugar bowl and napkins set out.

On a tray, set out a matching teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl .

It has eight plates, eight cups and saucers, a coffee pot, a creamer and a sugar bowl .

She had bought a sugar bowl .

Cup, saucer and sugar bowl , from the Dorset Fruit collection by Poole Pottery.

toilet

Creed dumped his half-smoked cigarette into the toilet bowl and took off his sweatshirt.

And a pair of slightly raised footrests were positioned for comfortably squatting over the low toilet bowl .

She hit him and he held her head in the toilet bowl while eating tomatoes on toast.

For the first few weeks I was seldom off the toilet bowl myself.

■ VERB

fill

If hungry he'd gnaw your ankle just to let you know to fill his bowl .

Yes, you can fill bowls and bowls with pudding, both chocolate and banana.

Where a cereal is very light, like cornflakes, an ounce will comfortably fill the usual breakfast bowl .

Cooking for him, filling his bowl .

Emily filled the washing-up bowl with hot soapy water.

He gave the example of Campbell Soup, famous for ads filled with steaming bowls of soup.

She was making pot-pourri as she did each year, to fill the bowls in all the rooms.

Then fill the sink or bowl with warm water and add some home-made equipment.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Mix the eggs and butter in a large bowl .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A burst splashed into the bowl .

After removing the pan or urinal, give the patient a bowl and water for washing their hands.

But 95 of those seats were booked for a high school band going to play at a bowl game.

Cover the bowls only after the soup has cooled, then refrigerate.

Kalchu fetched a bottle of raksi from the inner room and filled a bowl for each of us.

Now place a sieve over a big bowl .

Return to a clean bowl and cover with damp towel or plastic wrap, or put the bowl inside a plastic bag.

The captain gave him a bowl of cold stew which he could only swallow by gulping it down with wine.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

along

Security come running over as they see us all bowled along miserably before it.

We set off at ten, collected Coconut and bowled along to the woods.

The moon appears for fleeting seconds, the night speeds up frantically, the clouds bowl along and vulnerability replaces control.

down

Gabby came bowling down Jim's driveway in a truck.

As the bikes bowled down the dark lane, so the circle of the sky seemed to wheel the other way.

out

Heaton Mersey Village visited Wayfarers and scored 142 all out , a total they successfully defended bowling out Wayfarers for 112.

When the Kiwis were bowled out for 102 in their first innings the writing was on the wall.

Bangor were bowled out for with two and a half overs still remaining.

At Bristol, Gloucestershire won their match with Cheshire by 204 runs, bowling out the visitors for just 68.

Northants bowled out for 210 inside their fifty five overs.

Forced to follow on, the tourists were then bowled out for 269.

over

And these maidens are bowled over by the game.

She says they were bowled over by the video.

At first he had been simply bowled over by her enormous beauty, her laughter, her charm.

It wasn't only humans who were bowled over by Narcissus.

Marketing departments know that if they attach this description to a savings plan, most of us will be bowled over .

A slow yorker from Aqib in his next over bowled Malcolm, ending the day's play.

She was bowled over by the beauty of a girl named Jane March who walked into the Storm agency.

We were just bowled over by Expo euphoria.

■ NOUN

ball

Reeve exiting first ball , bowled round his legs; and Botham, after a hesitant stay, departing sweeping.

And if he bowls a beautiful outswinger, then hope you don't edge the ball .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

bowl sb a googly

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

He's a very aggressive bowler -- he always bowls the ball straight at the batsman's body.

The batsman straightened up as Warne came in to bowl .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

At Bristol, Gloucestershire won their match with Cheshire by 204 runs, bowling out the visitors for just 68.

Heaton Mersey Village visited Wayfarers and scored 142 all out, a total they successfully defended bowling out Wayfarers for 112.

How cheerily, how hilariously, O my Captain, would we bowl on our way to see old Nantucket again!

The dismissal of Andrew Flintoff, bowled by Streak for a duck, is cause for more long-term concern.

They gave the ball to Jerome Bettis and let him bowl over the Bengals in Cincinnati.

When the Kiwis were bowled out for 102 in their first innings the writing was on the wall.

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