Noun(1) a power shovel to remove material from a channel or riverbed
Verb(1) cover before cooking(2) search (as the bottom of a body of water(3) remove with a power shovel, usually from a bottom of a body of water
(1) Brush the pie with milk and dredge with caster sugar.(2) At 4 A.M., they deployed the dredge in the hope of getting something before the weather got too bad but had to pull it up before it passed 1,300 fathoms.(3) Do not dredge the pasta in flour to prevent sticking, as the flour turns to glue when cooked and, ironically, causes the pasta to stick together (using semolina flour from Italian delis instead will help).(4) dredge the bananas with sugar and cinnamon(5) Cut chicken into 1/2 inch pieces and dredge in all-purpose flour.(6) The soundings indicated a modest depth of only 525 fathoms and there was no expectation of anything out of the ordinary when the dredge was sent down at 10 o'clock that morning.(7) He said a dredge is being used to bring up wreckage submerged under 11m of water.(8) He added: ├ö├ç├┐If everything goes ahead as planned, we will dredge , maintain and deepen the harbour.├ö├ç├û(9) I don't understand why you had to dredge up this story(10) The dredge returned from 1,600 meters under the sea filled with live mussels and fresh sulfide minerals.(11) For the soft-shell crab: season the crabs and dredge in flour, shaking off any excess.(12) It took a moment to dredge his name up out of her memory, but she could hardly forget the handsome face of the boy who had rescued her from being a hostage in the first game, whom she had later run away from once he insulted her.(13) Stuff the zucchini blossoms with mixture and dredge in flour, egg wash and panko; repeat process.(14) As such, there is limited information on this topic, although as noted, most recreational fishers dive rather than dredge for scallops.(15) Season chicken thighs with salt and pepper to taste and dredge in flour.(16) As they were pulling in the dredge , the rope snapped.