Definition Of soups

noun

a liquid dish, typically made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables, etc., in stock or water.

a bowl of tomato soup

a substance or mixture perceived to resemble soup in appearance or consistency.

the waves and the water beyond have become a thick brown soup

increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine.

One owner claims to have souped his machine up to 1.067GHz with a simple flip of a few resistors on the new machine's motherboard.

nitroglycerine or gelignite, especially as used for safecracking.

Example Of soups

  • a bowl of tomato soup

  • A diet of salad, soups , fish and pasta, with plenty of spring water, juices and herbal teas will leave them detoxed from the inside out.

  • After a quick patch to make the code easily compilable, the developers have been souping the whole thing up to support modern gaming systems.

  • But more folks than you'd think toss hooks in that brown soup because there are some lunkers in the murky depths.

  • For starters there are forty-two different kinds of mezes, cold dishes, soups and salads all for a modest £2.95 each.


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