The letters signified by the signal ( . . . -- . . . ) prescribed by the International Radiotelegraphic Convention of 1912 for use by ships in distress.
(uncountable) A tomato-vinegar-based sauce.
an internationally recognized distress signal in radio code
A food comprising tomato concentrate and any of vinegar, sweetener, spices, flavoring, onion, and garlic.
(countable) Such a sauce more generally (not necessarily based on tomatoes).
‘fish ketchup; fruit ketchup; mushroom ketchup’;
(transitive) To cover with ketchup.
A pureed table sauce made predominantly from tomatoes, flavored with onions, sugar, salt and spices; called also tomato ketchup. The term is also applied to pureed sauces containing mushrooms, walnuts, etc., being called in such cases mushroom ketchup, walnut ketchup, etc.
thick spicy sauce made from tomatoes
a spicy sauce made chiefly from tomatoes and vinegar, used as a relish.
Ketchup is a table condiment. The unmodified term () now typically refers to tomato ketchup, although original recipes used egg whites, mushrooms, oysters, grapes, mussels, or walnuts, among other ingredients.Tomato ketchup is a sweet and tangy condiment made from tomatoes, sugar, and vinegar, with seasonings and spices.