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
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun a Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation
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I am encouraged to hold my ground because you could have asked a Russian 20 days ago what he knew about Russia and the next morning his answer would have been very cold bortsch indeed.
Russian music tastes of _kascha_ and _bortsch_ and vodka.
Sylvia Strubble, who spoke rather as one who knew every individual member of the Russian imperial family; as a matter of fact, she knew a newspaper correspondent, a young man who ate _bortsch_ with the air of having invented it.
Except in Lent all the houses smelt of _bortsch_, and during Lent of sturgeon fried in sunflower oil.
"Sound immediately-like when you open a music box, it's there." bortsch at this point.
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