Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a Russian soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation, and often served with sour cream. Also, as used in the U.S., a sour cabbage soup, called in Russian shchi.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of borscht.

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  • noun a Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation

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Examples

  • There was some black bread, a bowl of thick borshch and a pitcher of water, together with a glass.

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  • Well, they produced seven provisions, love to Ukrainian fat, love to Ukrainian borshch, what else exotic … All this is absurd.

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  • Everyone stayed in the cell while he drank, asked for more water which they brought - and then ate the bread, and drank the borshch with the provided spoon.

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  • Well, they produced seven provisions, love to Ukrainian fat, love to Ukrainian borshch, what else exotic … All this is absurd.

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  • Then it occurred to me that I have not yet savoured the taste of borshch-as-imagined-by-Lisa, despite my repeated expressions of salivation and ravenousness.

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  • There's another way to describe borshch that doesn't contain beets; shchi ... although it normally wouldn't have tomatoes in it.

    Cabbage Borscht

  • A beautifully constructed borshch, such as you are going to experience presently, ought not only to banish conversation but almost to annihilate thought.

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  • They make cheap powdered borshch that's made in Eastern Europe but people know it's not authentic.

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  • Soviets with a little pocket money might make a beeline to their favorite борщ (borshch).

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  • Soviets with a little pocket money might make a beeline to their favorite борщ (borshch).

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  • Borscht may be the Yiddish, but borshch is correctly transliterated Russian & Ukrainian. I will record a pronunciation when my computer lets me…

    March 19, 2010

  • Dear bristol-copywriter's computer,

    Please allow master to record a pronunciation of borshch. We're hungry already.

    bilby & friends

    March 19, 2010