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fān qié jiàng
phr. ketchup, tomato sauce
Discussion of 番茄酱/番茄醬
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What is the correct way to use 番茄酱 (fān qié jiàng) in a sentence?
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番茄酱 (fān qié jiàng) is a type of sauce made from tomatoes, vinegar, sugar, and spices. It is commonly used as a condiment for burgers, hot dogs, and other dishes.
The correct way to use 番茄酱 (fān qié jiàng) in a sentence is to refer to it as a condiment or sauce. For example, you could say "我要加一点番茄酱 (wǒ yào jiā yì diǎn fān qié jiàng)" which translates to "I want to add some ketchup/tomato sauce".
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