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  1. Pat definition, to strike lightly or gently with something flat, as with a paddle or the palm of the hand, usually in order to flatten, smooth, or shape: to pat dough into flat pastry forms.

  2. All definition, the whole of (used in referring to quantity, extent, or duration): all the cake;all the way;all year. See more.

  3. › wiki › SconeScone - Wikipedia

    The Oxford English Dictionary reports that the first mention of the word was in 1513.. The origin of the word scone is obscure and may derive from different sources. That is, the classic Scottish scone, the Dutch schoonbrood or "spoonbread" (very similar to the drop scone), and possibly other similarly named quick breads may have made their way onto the British tea table, where their similar ...

  4. all the total entity of: All of us are going.; whole number or amount: giving it all away Not to be confused with: awl – a pointed tool for boring holes: The carpenter used ...

  5. (food: lose freshness) (pan) ponerse duro v prnl + adj (alimento) ponerse rancio v prnl + adj : This bread is as hard as a brick - it's got stale! If you leave the wrapper open, the cake will go stale very quickly. Este pan está más duro que un ladrillo, ¡se puso duro! get up and go, get-up-and-go n noun: Refers to person, place, thing ...

  6. Sep 30, 2019 · The British men in the business of colonizing the North American continent were so sure they “owned whatever land they land on” (yes, that’s from Pocahontas), they established new colonies by simply drawing lines on a map. Then, everyone living in the now-claimed territory, became a part of an English colony. A map of the British

  7. Heat a cast-iron frying pan or griddle until a drop of water will sputter when dripped on it, or a little flour with brown instantly. Cook the roti for about 1 minute, turn, spread with ghee or vegetable oil and cook, turning frequently until the roti is baked. Remove from the pan and clap with both hands until pliable.

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