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marinate

To wait with dread, anxiety, or nervousness for something to happen or come to pass. A: "I caught Tommy smoking cigarettes. He's up in his room waiting for you to come talk to him." B: "I'll go up to him in an hour or so—let him marinate for a while." They kept me marinating in the waiting room for nearly half an hour before they called me in for my interview.

marinate

n. to wait calmly for something to happen. I’ll just sit here and marinate until you figure out what you want us to do.
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This book will equip and inspire cooks of all experience levels to create flavorful marinated dishes.
based Tyson Fresh Meats, says consumers are looking for "next-step preparation levels with great-tasting flavor alternatives," such as seasoned and marinated products, and topically rubbed steaks, chops and roasts.
The antimicrobial study indicated that, when compared with the control, the chicken wings marinated with original and double concentrations of cranberry sauce underwent 1.
The data showed that all the meat samples marinated in red wine or beer contained lower levels of heterocyclic amines than the control.
For the marinated vegetables: Place carrot, zucchini and pepper in shallow dish.
For example, there is nothing more savory and flavorful than marinated mushrooms or vegetables.
Morey's Seafood International, a leading seafood manufacturer and distributor, recently unveiled an innovative new line of marinated seafood products created to meet the demands of busy consumers.
Vitasoy introduces marinated tofu line for busy shoppers Consumers who know about the health benefits of tofu but are unsure about how to prepare it now have a solution in the produce section.
To separate the yummers from the bummers, we tasted dozens (and dozens) of pieces of marinated broiled chicken breast.
Always store foods being marinated in the refrigerator, not at room temperature.
Upon grilling, steaks marinated in this tomato-based sauce developed two to three times more PhIP and three to four times more MeIQx than unmarinated steaks did.
Marinated butterflied leg of lamb is actually one of my favourite things to eat, full stop.