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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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When consumers or foodservice operators are ready to marinate, they squeeze the marinade pocket, breaking the seal between the two pockets.
ground pepper 1/2 cup orange juice Combine the ingredients and marinate the fish for up to 30 minutes.
chicken MARINATE 1 day, covered and chilled 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1/4 cup lime juice, plus the zest of 2 limes 2 tbsp.
However, if you want tempeh slightly crispy, marinate and then saute it.
Marinate meat in refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight.
The secret of any good barbecue is the marinade and allowing time for the meat to marinate.
(You can also marinate the roast in a resealable plastic bag.
Cover; marinate at room temperature for 1 hour or overnight in the fridge.
One way not only to tenderize but also to season tough cuts of meat is to marinate them.
Mix together the ingredients for the second marinade, smear all over the poussins and leave to marinate for another couple of hours or, if possible, overnight.
Pour over steaks and leave to marinate for at least 30 minutes, or overnight if possible.
Add the beef, turn until coated then leave to marinate for at least 1 hour or preferably overnight.