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The meaning of Garnishing

ˈɡɑː.nɪʃ

Garnishing – definition

verb

Decorate or embellish (something, especially food).

Usage examples:

Garnish each serving with a dollop of sour cream
verb

Serve notice on (a third party) for the purpose of legally seizing money belonging to a debtor or defendant.

Usage examples:

He told me hes gotten this type of call before over the years regarding this situation and they nev…
noun

A small amount of food used to decorate other food.

Usage examples:

Reserve a few watercress leaves for a garnish
verb

Present participle of garnish

Usage examples:

Garnish the dish with parsley before serving., the irs may end up garnishing your wages for the amo…

Garnishing translation into English

Garnishing: translate from English into Chinese

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装饰

Garnishing: translate from English into Dutch

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Garnering, Garneren, Versieren, Voorzien, Opmaken, Afzetten, Beslaan, Waarschuwen, Dagvaarden, Beslag leggen op

Garnishing: translate from English into French

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Garniture, Garnir, Orner, Parer

Garnishing: translate from English into German

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Garnieren, Verzieren, Zieren, Ausschmücken

Garnishing: translate from English into Hindi

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सजावट, अलंकरण, सजाना, चमकाना, चुनना, अलंकार

Garnishing: translate from English into Italian

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Guarnire, Ornare

Garnishing: translate from English into Korean

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장식, 장식하다, 고명을 곁들이다, 채권 차압 통고를 하다

Garnishing: translate from English into Russian

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Украшение, Гарнировать, Украшать, Отделывать

Garnishing: translate from English into Spanish

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Guarnición, Adornar, Aderezar, Guarnecer, Poner adornos

Word origin

Middle English (in the sense ‘equip, arm’): from Old French garnir, probably of Germanic origin and related to warn. garnish (sense 1 of the verb) dates from the late 17th century.

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