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01. Italy is the world's leader in the export of tomato [paste].
02. Originally a salty [paste], soy sauce was introduced in China during the Zhou dynasty.
03. She [pasted] pictures of her favorite movie stars in a little album.
04. She mixed the powder in water to make a thick [paste].
05. Sophie used a [paste] made of avocado on her face to cleanse her pores.
06. He spent the afternoon [pasting] posters announcing the concert on walls and utility poles around town.
07. The teacher gave the children little pictures of bunny rabbits to [paste] fluffy tails and ears onto.
08. She [pasted] the pictures of her wedding in a special photo album.
09. We bought some tomato [paste] to make homemade pizza.
10. She spent the morning [pasting] labels on all the jars of strawberry jam.
11. He [pasted] posters announcing the skateboarding festival all over town.
12. The little girl [pasted] sequins and sparkles on the paper dress she had made for her doll.
13. Make a [paste] with the flour and a little bit of water before adding it to the sauce.
14. Ancient Romans enjoyed eating mustard seeds mashed into a [paste], and mixed with unfermented grape juice.
15. In Zanzibar, people eat a sweet [paste] made of crush termites, sugar, and banana flour.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • paste — PASTE. s. f. Farine destrempée & pestrie pour faire du pain, ou autre chose semblable bonne à manger. Paste dure. paste molle. paste blanche. paste bise. paste fine. faire lever la paste. de la paste bien pestrie. paste levée. paste sans levain.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • pasté — Pasté. s. m. Sorte de mets, fait de chair ou de poisson mis en paste. Pasté chaud. pasté froid. pasté de godiveau. pasté de requeste. pasté de beatille. petit pasté. des petits pastez tout chauds. pasté de lapin chaud. pasté de canard, de perdrix …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Paste — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un Cornish pasty (paste córnico) El paste (del córnico pasti y en inglés pasty [1] ) es un alimento de origen britán …   Wikipedia Español

  • pasté — Pasté, m. Vient de paste feminin, d autant que la chair ou autre viande y est enclose de paste comme d une boëte. On le rend par Artocreas vocable Grec assez à propos, car il est fait de chair et de paste plus communéement: mais d autant, qu il y …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Paste — may refer to: *Paste (food) a Mexican pastry *Paste (magazine) *Paste (rheology) substances rheologically similar to toothpaste *paste (Unix) in computing, the Unix utility tool which is used to join files horizontally *Paste (story) a short… …   Wikipedia

  • Paste — (от англ. paste  вставка)  команда Unix, предназначенная для вставки колонок. Программа рассматривает файлы, как вертикальные колонки, соединяет их и выводит в стандартный поток вывода. Синтаксис paste [ s] [ d разделитель] file [… …   Википедия

  • paste — (от англ. paste  вставка)  команда Unix, предназначенная для вставки колонок. Программа рассматривает файлы, как вертикальные колонки, соединяет их и выводит в стандартный поток вывода. Синтаксис paste [ s] [ d разделитель] file [… …   Википедия

  • paste — [pāst] n. [ME past < OFr paste < LL pasta < Gr pastē, mess of barley porridge < passein, to sprinkle] 1. a) dough used in making rich pastry b) PASTA 2. any of various soft, moist, smooth textured substances [toothpaste] …   English World dictionary

  • Paste — Paste, n. [OF. paste, F. p[^a]te, L. pasta, fr. Gr. ? barley broth; cf. ? barley porridge, ? sprinkled with salt, ? to sprinkle. Cf. {Pasty}, n., {Patty}.] 1. A soft composition, as of flour moistened with water or milk, or of earth moistened to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Paste — Paste, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Pasted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pasting}.] To unite with paste; to fasten or join by means of paste. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Paste up — refers to a method of creating, or laying out, publication pages that predates the use of the now standard computerized page design desktop publishing programs. Completed, or camera ready, pages are known as mechanicals or mechanical art. In the… …   Wikipedia