Definition of Carbonara

1. Noun. Sauce for pasta; contains eggs and bacon or ham and grated cheese.

Generic synonyms: Pasta Sauce, Spaghetti Sauce

Definition of Carbonara

1. Noun. Spaghetti carbonara ¹

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Definition of Carbonara

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbonara

carbon tetraiodide
carbon trade
carbon trading
carbon transmitter
carbonaceous chondrite
carbonara (current term)
carbonate dehydratase
carbonate dehydratase inhibitor
carbonate hydro-lyase
carbonate of lime
carbonate of potash
carbonated beverages
carbonated water

Literary usage of Carbonara

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1. Landscapes of Sicily by Peter Amann (2001)
"It has been found that the water which seeps into the basins of the carbonara massif rises back to the surface as a spring at the foot of the Rocca di ..."

2. Adventure Guide Naples, Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast: Capri, Ischia, Pompeii by Marina Carter (2006)
"San Giovanni a carbonara Taking the Via S. Sofia past the church of the same name and turning left on Via carbonara, it is a long walk up to San Giovanni, ..."

3. The Carafas of Maddaloni: Naples Under Spanish Dominion by Alfred von Reumont (1854)
"... Giovanni de' Pappacoda — S. Giovanni a carbonara — Palaces and houses of the last Angevin period — Corporations and streets named after them — Aragonese ..."

4. Painters and Their Works: A Dictionary of Great Artists who are Not Now by Ralph N. James (1897)
"... and lover of the younger Queen Joanna), in the Church of S. Giovanni a carbonara, at Naples, built in 1433. The principal subject consists of colossal ..."

5. Handbook for Travellers in Southern Italy: Being a Guide for the Continental by John Murray (Firm), Octavian Blewitt (1853)
"Pedro delta Plata has left only one work, executed in the :rial of skill with his three contemporaries, one of the apostles in >. Giovanni a carbonara. ..."

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