- n. 酱汁；调味汁；<口>无礼
- vt. 给 ... 调味；使 ... 增加趣味；对 ... 无礼
- 给…添加趣味， 使增加趣味
- 对…说不礼貌的话， 对...说冒昧话
- [C] [U] 调味汁,酱汁 a quite thick usually cooked liquid put on or eaten with food
- [S] 无礼的话,顶撞的话 rude, but often harmless, disrespectful talk
flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food
behave saucily or impudently towards
dress (food) with a relish
add zest or flavor to, make more interesting;
"sauce the roast"
- Waiter, may I have steak sauce, please？
- The sauce is thin and tasteless.
- The cook poured the sauce over the food.
- The secret of this dish is in the sauce.
- He sauced criticism with flattery
- Should I sauce this in soy sauce?
- He sauced a talk with humour.
- Good boys do not sauce their parents.
- How dare you sauce your mother?
- The sauce tastes too sweet.
- He told me I was old enough to be his mother.What a sauce!
- in the sauce
饮酒过多的,醉的having had a lot of alcohol; drunk
What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.出自：Proverb
Spanish rice, thickly sauced.出自： R. Milner
He endeavour'd to sauce their dishes with his scurrility.出自： transf.