English words and Examples of Usage

use "paste" in a sentence

Those who read this text can do a copy/paste on their Facebook wall.

Veterinarians working for the feds don paste-white protective suits.

People also use the gooey gobs to paste up pictures, business cards and other mementos.

The most traditional mochi are filled with red bean paste and rolled in peanut powder.

There’s also a slapstick bit in which a father passes his paste-on mustache to his son.

This particular cheese is aged two months and has a pale paste sprinkled with blue-gray streaks.

To that end, spend some time getting accustomed to how copy and paste works on your device.

For full multitasking, Split View puts two apps side-by-side, which you can copy and paste between.

Before eating, the pieces of solid fish paste are taken from the broth and smothered in brown sauce.

Ancient Romans enjoyed eating mustard seeds mashed into a paste, and mixed with unfermented grape juice.

Clipboard sharing (for cut, copy and paste) and drive/folder sharing are supported.

Niederegger for example use 100% almond paste and no sugar.

She mixed the powder in water to make a thick paste.

Make a paste with the flour and a little bit of water before adding it to the sauce.

Simply copy the code and paste it into your user page.

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