How to pronounce flour

flour pronunciation in English [en]
ˈflaʊə(r)
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  • flour pronunciation Pronunciation by TopQuark (Male from United Kingdom)

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  • flour pronunciation Pronunciation by SophieBow (Female from United Kingdom)

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  • flour pronunciation Pronunciation by falconfling (Male from United States)

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Phrases
  • flour example in a phrase

    • All-purpose flour is the most common flour used in baking.

      All-purpose flour is the most common flour used in baking. pronunciation Pronunciation by idxer (Female from Russia)
    • All-purpose flour is the most common flour used in baking.

      All-purpose flour is the most common flour used in baking. pronunciation Pronunciation by jmatz (Female from United States)
    • You only need flour, eggs and milk to make pancakes. Easy as that

      You only need flour, eggs and milk to make pancakes. Easy as that pronunciation Pronunciation by roboleg (Male from Canada)
Definition
  • Definition of flour

    • fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain
    • cover with flour
    • convert grain into flour

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