deglaze

[dee-gleyz]
verb (used with object), deglazed, deglazing.
1.
to remove the glaze from (porcelain or the like), so as to impart a dull finish.
2.
to add wine or other liquid to (a pan in which meat has been roasted or sauteed) so as to make a sauce that incorporates the cooking juices.

Origin:
1885–90; de- + glaze

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deglaze (diːˈɡleɪz)
 
vb
(tr) to dilute meat sediments in (a pan) in order to make a sauce or gravy

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Example sentences
Add the wine and deglaze, scraping up bits of cheese and blending with the wine.
Add vinegar to skillet and deglaze, boiling and scraping up brown bits with a wooden spoon until liquid is reduced by half.
Add vermouth and mustard and deglaze by boiling, stirring and scraping up brown bits, until reduced by half.
Deglaze the pan over moderately high heat, scraping up the brown bits, and boil the mixture until it is reduced by half.
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