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

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Carbonara

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbonara

carbon tetraiodide
carbon trade
carbon trading
carbon transmitter
carbonaceous
carbonaceous chondrite
carbonade
carbonades
carbonado
carbonadoed
carbonadoes
carbonadoing
carbonados
carbonamide
carbonamides
carbonara (current term)
carbonaras
carbonatation
carbonatations
carbonate
carbonate dehydratase
carbonate dehydratase inhibitor
carbonate hydro-lyase
carbonate of lime
carbonate of potash
carbonated
carbonated beverages
carbonated water
carbonates

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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