[hoi-hou, -hoh] /ˈhɔɪˈhaʊ, -ˈhoʊ/
noun, Older Spelling.
[hoiz] /hɔɪz/ verb (used with object), hoised or hoist, hoising. Archaic. 1. to hoist.
/ˌhɔɪˈsɪn/ noun 1. (in Chinese cookery) a sweet spicy reddish-brown sauce made from soya beans, sugar, vinegar, and garlic Also called Peking sauce noun a thick sweet-and-sour sauce of soybeans, chiles, garlic, and spices, used mainly as a marinade in Chinese dishes; also called [Peking sauce] Usage Note cooking
[hoi-sin, hoi-sin] /ˈhɔɪ sɪn, hɔɪˈsɪn/ noun, Chinese Cookery. 1. a thick, sweet, spicy condiment containing soybeans, sugar, garlic, and chili peppers, used in cooking or as an accompaniment to meat, fish, or poultry, especially Peking duck.
[hoist or, sometimes, hahyst] /hɔɪst or, sometimes, haɪst/ verb (used with object) 1. to raise or lift, especially by some mechanical appliance: to hoist a flag; to hoist the mainsail. 2. to raise to one’s lips and drink; drink (especially beer or whiskey) with gusto: Let’s go hoist a few beers. 3. Archaic. a simple […]