a variety of round-grain rice used for making risotto
short-grain, high-starch, white Italian rice which becomes fat and creamy when cooked and is used for risotto
Arborio rice cooks best when constantly stirred.
After Arborio, town in the Po valley in Italy where the rice is grown
a specialist in the cultivation and care of trees and shrubs, including tree surgery, the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of tree diseases, and the control of pests. Historical Examples The art of caring for trees is called arboriculture, and one who devotes himself to it an arborist. Special Days and their Observance Anonymous An arboret […]
noun (Canadian) trademark a brand of laminated plastic sheets containing melamine, used esp for heat-resistant surfaces that can be easily cleaned
a treelike appearance, as in certain minerals or fossils. Anatomy. the branchlike appearance characteristic of certain nerve-cell outgrowths. Historical Examples The arborization of the metal as it spreads out from the main shaft of the hinge is beautifully decorative in effect. The Thirteenth James J. Walsh noun a branching treelike appearance in certain fossils and […]
arborize arborize ar·bo·rize (är’bə-rīz’) v. ar·bo·rized, ar·bo·riz·ing, ar·bo·riz·es To ramify. Historical Examples Each also gives off a number of finer processes (dendrites) which arborize in the next layer. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 1 Various