romans à sensation
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(=paste, crushed substance) purée f
→ Reduce the fruit to a pulp.
to crush sth to a pulp, to crush sth to pulp [+food] réduire qch en purée
→ The olives are crushed to a pulp by stone rollers.
→ Mash the mango to a pulp.
→ Peel the garlic and crush it to a pulp.
to beat sb to a pulp passer qn à tabac
→ In the past, women had to be pretty much beaten to a pulp before anyone would believe that they'd been sexually assaulted.
[+fruit, vegetable] pulpe f
→ Press the fruit through a sieve and mix the pulp with sugar.
→ orange juice with bits of pulp in it
→ Bake the aubergines then remove the pulp.
→ the pulp of a ripe avocado
pâte f à papier
[+paper, documents] mettre au pilon
→ 25 million pounds worth of five pound notes have been pulped because the designers made a mistake.
→ The company is accused of pulping documents crucial to the enquiry.
[novel, magazine] à sensation
→ lurid '50s pulp novels
→ The story is pure pulp fiction.
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