report

English translation: \"won\'t separate\" or \"stable\" or \"won\'t weep\"

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French term or phrase:report
English translation:\"won\'t separate\" or \"stable\" or \"won\'t weep\"
Entered by: Kimberly De Haan
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18:07 May 17, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Science - Cooking / Culinary / Cheese
French term or phrase: report
Hello all,

A major food manufacturer is presenting its new "préparation pour Tiramisu", describing it as "Prêt à foisonner en 6 minutes seulement" and having "tenue parfaite, excellent report"

Elsewhere, in a "lessico del mascarpone", I found this definition:
"Report à froid
Phénomène de séparation, lorsqu'une matière rend du liquide après un temps de repos.
Capacité du mascarpone à tenir dans le temps sans exsudation. Le report à froid est un élément très important pour le confort de travail"

So, based on that, I assume that "excellent report" means it releases very little liquid.

Does anyone know how to state that more succinctly?

Thanks in advance
Kimberly De Haan
Canada
Local time: 05:01
"holds well" or "won't separate" or "stable" or "won't weep"
Explanation:
I think there are various ways you could say this. A whipped cream or soft cheese is often described as 'holding up well' or being 'stabilised' or you could turn it around and say that it 'will not separate'. I've even seen 'won't weep' (but that's probably the wrong register). Hope that helps.
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Rebecca Mynett
United Kingdom
Local time: 10:01
Grading comment
Thanks a lot, Rebecca
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4 +2"holds well" or "won't separate" or "stable" or "won't weep"
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"holds well" or "won't separate" or "stable" or "won't weep"


Explanation:
I think there are various ways you could say this. A whipped cream or soft cheese is often described as 'holding up well' or being 'stabilised' or you could turn it around and say that it 'will not separate'. I've even seen 'won't weep' (but that's probably the wrong register). Hope that helps.


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Rebecca Mynett
United Kingdom
Local time: 10:01
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks a lot, Rebecca

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