egg /eɡ/ (noun) a small oval object with a thin hard shell produced by a female bird and containing a young bird; a similar object (without a hard shell) produced by a female fish, insect, etc. Example: I often have egg for my lunch.
duck egg /ˌdʌk 'ɛɡ/ (noun) the oval object with a hard shell that is produced by duck Example:
chicken egg /ˌtʃɪkɪn ˈɛɡ/ (noun) the oval object with a hard shell that is produced by chicken Example:
quail egg /kweɪl 'ɛɡ / (noun) the oval object with a hard shell that is produced by quail Example:
caviar /ˈkæviɑːr/ (noun) the eggs of some types of fish, especially the sturgeon , that are preserved using salt and eaten as a very special and expensive type of food Example:
rotten egg /ˌrɒtn ˈɛɡ/ (noun) egg has decayed and cannot be eaten or used Example:
boiled egg /bɔɪld ˈɛɡ/ (noun) are eggs, typically from a chicken, cooked with their shells unbroken, usually by immersion in boiling water. Example:
fried egg /frʌɪd ˈɛɡ/ (noun) is a cooked dish made from one or more eggs which are removed from their shells and placed into a frying pan and fried with minimal accompaniment Example:
egg white /ˈɛɡ wʌɪt/ (noun) is the clear liquid contained within an egg. Example:
yolk /jəʊk/ (noun) the round yellow part in the middle of an egg Example:
eggshell /ˈeɡʃel/ (noun) the hard thin outside of an egg Example: Be careful not to break those eggshells.