gwastraffu, ngwastraffu, wastraffugwastraffes, gwastraffa’, gwastraffaf, gwastraffai, gwastraffais, gwastraffaist, gwastraffan, gwastraffant, gwastraffasai, gwastraffasant, gwastraffasech, gwastraffasem, gwastraffont, gwastraffasid, gwastraffasit, gwastraffasoch, gwastraffasom, gwastraffaswn, gwastraffech, gwastraffed, gwastraffem, gwastraffen, gwastraffent, gwastraffer, gwastraffwch, gwastraffest, gwastraffet, gwastraffi, gwastraffiff, gwastraffith, gwastraffo, gwastraffoch, gwastraffodd, gwastraffom, gwastraffon, gwastraffa, gwastraffasent, gwastraffwn, gwastraffwyd, gwastraffwyf, gwastreffais, gwastreffaist, gwastreffi, gwastreffid, gwastreffir, gwastreffwch, gwastreffych, wastraffes, wastraffa’, wastraffaf, wastraffai, wastraffais, wastraffaist, wastraffan, wastraffant, wastraffasai, wastraffasant, wastraffasech, wastraffasem, wastraffont, wastraffasid, wastraffasit, wastraffasoch, wastraffasom, wastraffaswn, wastraffech, wastraffed, wastraffem, wastraffen, wastraffent, wastraffer, wastraffwch, wastraffest, wastraffet, wastraffi, wastraffiff, wastraffith, wastraffo, wastraffoch, wastraffodd, wastraffom, wastraffon, wastraffa, wastraffasent, wastraffwn, wastraffwyd, wastraffwyf, wastreffais, wastreffaist, wastreffi, wastreffid, wastreffir, wastreffwch, wastreffychffriter, ffriterau
Noun(1) small quantity of fried batter containing fruit or meat or vegetables
Verb(1) spend frivolously and unwisely
(1) Place a pineapple fritter in the center of the plate and spoon some caramelized pineapple, pineapple slices, and poached pineapple on top.(2) It is to be a waster of time, a fritterer of opportunities, and so on.(3) Three shabbily dressed and under - nourished children lived in a Hampshire house of astonishing squalor as their parents frittered their money away on drink, a court heard.(4) A light batter containing whisked egg whites is used to encase the prepared fruit, and the fritters are coated with caramel and sprinkled with sesame seeds after cooking.(5) From this pungently unpromising substance we have made a variety of savoury stews and fritters , and saltfish is one of the Caribbean's unexpectedly characteristic flavours.(6) Massive amounts were frittered away on furniture, electrical goods, designer clothes and cosmetics, while gifts were lavished on relatives and friends.(7) I may have passed on the cream, myself, but I did manage to get three fat fritters past these lips.(8) And instead of the food she loves she'll be served with spam fritters , suet pudding and stewed prunes.(9) After all, what is the point of making money if you fritter it away on underperforming ventures?(10) For the pea fritters , preheat the fryer to 350 degrees.(11) Curried Vidalia-onion fritters , lightly battered and skillfully fried, come with a sweet-sour tamarind dipping sauce.(12) Now, which five of you fritterers of time are going to step forward for your own opportunity to get in on the ground floor of this dubious pyramid scheme?(13) You indulge in the bread, butter and omelet or the delicious smelling vegetable cutlets or vegetable fritters .(14) There have been too many negative headlines, plus the nagging argument that money is frittered away on incidentals while hospitals and schools crumble to dust.(15) Zucchini and carrot fritters are a nice vegetarian alternative.(16) One can only hope that the opportunity will not be frittered away as in the past.
(1) fritter away :: Fritter i ffwrdd
1. squander ::
2. waste ::
3. misuse ::
4. misspend ::
5. dissipate ::
6. overspend ::
7. spend like water ::
treulio fel dŵr
8. be prodigal with ::
fod yn afradlon gyda
10. get through ::
11. blow ::
12. splurge ::
Different Formsfritter, frittered, frittering, fritters
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