teaspoon

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teaspoon

a unit of capacity used in cooking, medicine, etc., equal to about one fluid dram
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A single 330ml can of fizzy drink contains around seven teaspoonfuls, and so would meet this limit on its own.
In a small bowl, whisk sour cream, salt and pepper until smooth; drop by teaspoonfuls onto eggs.
Petrina Stocker spiked nine-year-old David's hospital drip with 18 teaspoonfuls of salt.
Health and social services chiefs and police have all admitted mistakes in their handling of the case in which Petrina Stocker spiked nine-year-old David's hospital drip with 18 teaspoonfuls of salt.
Mix with the beef and tomato ketchup and shape teaspoonfuls into small meatballs.
You would have thought that he had slipped a couple of teaspoonfuls of arsenic into Sir Bobby Robson's after-training cuppa judging by all the tut-tutting.
Half a teaspoon of weak sugar solution (two teaspoonfuls of granulated sugar dissolved in a teacup of warm water) has been shown in a number of studies to be one of the best ways of relieving colic in young babies.
Put five separate teaspoonfuls of the mixture onto each baking sheet, well-spaced to allow room for spreading, and flatten them slightly.
Drop rounded teaspoonfuls, around five centimetres apart, onto a greased baking tray.
Marianne Williams' 15-month son Joshua Taylor had the equivalent of three-and-a-half teaspoonfuls in his body, which his ailing kidneys could not handle.