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Definitions of bouillon:

part of speech: noun

A broth; nutritive culture medium.

part of speech: noun

1. A clear beef- tea. 2. A culture medium made by soaking 500 gm. of chopped lean beef in 1, 000 c. c. of water, adding 10 gm. powdered peptone, 5 gm. table salt, and 5 c. c. normal sodium hydrate ( 4 per cent.) solution, boiling, filtering, making alkaline by adding 10 c. c. more of normal sodium hydrate, and again boiling.

Usage examples for bouillon:

  • Don't you want some bouillon "H. R.", Edwin Lefevre
  • Late at night he occasionally carries up a loaf, and once he treated himself to a cup of bouillon from the restaurant at the corner- but it was only once, poor young man. "Esmeralda", Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Now, this is the time that you are to drink your bouillon like a good papa, and then as soon as we have had our supper Guite and I will put you to bed nice and warm, and I will sing you a song to send you to sleep. "A Woodland Queen, Complete", Andre Theuriet Last Updated: March 3, 2009

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