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egg /eɡ/ noun


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I. egg1 S1 W2 /eɡ/ noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old Norse]

1. BIRD [countable] a round object with a hard surface, that contains a baby bird, snake, insect etc and which is produced by a female bird, snake, insect etc:
Blackbirds lay their eggs in March.
an ostrich egg
The eggs hatch (=break open to allow the baby out) in 26 days.

2.
FOOD [uncountable and countable] an egg, especially one from a chicken, that is used for food
fried/poached/boiled etc eggs
Joe always has bacon and egg for breakfast.
Whisk the egg white (=the white part) until stiff.
Beat in two of the egg yolks (=the yellow part).scrambled egg

3. EGG SHAPE [countable] something the same shape as an egg:
a chocolate Easter eggEaster egg

4. ANIMALS/PEOPLE [countable] a cell produced by a woman or female animal that combines with sperm (=male cell) to make a baby Synonym : ovum

5. (have) egg on your face if someone, especially someone in authority, has egg on their face, they have been made to look stupid by something embarrassing:
The Pentagon’s been left with egg on its face.

6. put all your eggs in one basket to depend completely on one thing or one course of action in order to get success, so that you have no other plans if this fails:
When planning your investments, it’s unwise to put all your eggs in one basket.

7. lay an egg American English informal to fail or be unsuccessful at something that you are trying to do

8. good egg old-fashioned someone who you can depend on to be honest, kind etc
kill the goose that lays the golden egg at kill1(14), ⇒ nest egg

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. egg2 verb
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse; Origin: eggja]
egg somebody ↔ on phrasal verb
to encourage someone to do something, especially something that they do not want to do or should not do:
Bob didn’t want to jump, but his friends kept egging him on.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

egg
noun
I. of birds/as food
ADJ. fresh | addled, bad, rotten | free-range, organic | chicken, duck, hen's, quail's, etc. | chocolate, Easter | boiled, fried, hard-boiled, poached, scrambled, soft-boiled | Scotch
QUANT. clutch She lays a clutch of four eggs on average.
box
VERB + EGG lay, produce | hatch | incubate | emerge from, hatch from | boil, cook, fry, poach, scramble | break, crack Crack two eggs into the mixture.
separate Separate the eggs, putting the whites to one side.
beat, whisk | brush sth with, glaze sth with Brush the pastry with a little beaten egg.
EGG + VERB hatch | break, crack
EGG + NOUN shell (also eggshell) | white, yolk | box | mayonnaise, noodles, pasta, sandwich
PHRASES the white/yolk of an egg
 ⇒ Special page at FOOD

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

egg
II. cell from which a new young creature is formed
ADJ. fertilized | unfertilized
VERB + EGG fertilize Only one sperm fertilizes an egg.
EGG + NOUN donor
PHRASES the nucleus of an egg

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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