Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Flour"

The meaning of "Flour" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Spurred flour mean?
A: 聞いたことないですよ
Q: What does smooth a flour and liquid mixture mean?
A: that's a weird sentence in that article but if you know the process for making crepes it makes sense. I'm assuming it's the part of the crepe process when the mixture is well...smoothed in the pan 😂 have you seen how crepes are made? It's similar to an omelet and a pancake but it's spread out smooth and very thin.
Q: What does flour mean?
A: Flour - Bột
Rice flour - Bột gạo
Q: What does plain flour mean?
A: Plain flour also called all purpose flour is a powder made from ground wheat. It can be used for several types of baked goods, bread, cookies, muffins and pie crust.
Q: What does flour (self raising) mean?
A: flour (self raising)= flour which when heated raises. You know when you watch break cook in a oven, it goes from a flat piece of dough to a big loaf of bread, that was caused by the flour which "raised" it. Meaning that the bread used "self raising" flour.

Hope this helps :)

Example sentences using "Flour"

Q: Please show me example sentences with flour.
A: You need flour to make bread
Q: Please show me example sentences with flour.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with flour.
A: I made bread with wheat flour.

Synonyms of "Flour" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between " flour " and " flower " au niveau de la prononciation ?
A: In British English there is a slight difference in that there is a slightly more distinct "w" sound in "flower". Apparently this is not the case in US English.
Q: What is the difference between pronunciación of "flour" and "flower" and flower and flour pronunciation. ?
A: I need flour for these cookies.
I need flowers to put on the table.
That is a beautiful flower.
Can you pass the flour?
Can you pass the flower?
How many flowers do you need?
How much flour do you need?
Q: What is the difference between flour and flower and Are they both pronounced the same? ?
A: Yes, both have the same pronunciation. But, aren't the same. "Flour" is a powder made by a grain, while "flower" is a plant.

You're welcome.

There are loads of words that have the same pronunciation, but aren't the same. For example: "piece" and "peace". One is part of something, while the last one is the opposite of war.
Q: What is the difference between flour and flower ?
A: flour is something that you use to cook with.

flowers are the plants that you give to a loved one or anybody like roses, tulips. It has a stem and petals

Translations of "Flour"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flour, flower
A: same pronunciation :) eventhough it has different meaning
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? flour and flower
A: Flour and Flower
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flour 앞에 a 붙어야 하나요?
A: No. Since the flour is not countable, you can say I bought some flour today. Or I got the flour from the supermarket. But you can say a bag of flour or a cup of flour or a tablespoon of flour.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flour flower floor
A: the first two sound the same. only "floor" is different.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? flour vs flower
A: Actually they share the same pronunciation /'flaʊə/

Other questions about "Flour"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce flour / flower.
A: they are the same
Q: Please show me how to pronounce flour and flower.
A: They both sound the same but different spelling. Context makes the difference.
Q: I must buy flour today. Because I’ll going to bake some breads tonight. does this sound natural?
A: i have to buy some flours today, because im going to bake some breads tonight
Q: 1.Bread comes out of flour.

2.We can't see the slight bacteria in the air. does this sound natural?
A: 1. Bread is made from flour.

(“Comes out” is used when something is derived from another, or from a source)
“Gasoline comes out of petrol”
“Paper comes out of this machine”


2. We can’t see the small / tiny / minuscule bacteria in the air.

Or

2. We can’t see in the slightest the bacteria in the air.

(Slight describes a very small quantity of something, not their size.)
“There was a slight hint of garlic in the food”, a very small amount of garlic taste.
Q: do flour and flower sound the same?

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