Is there any difference between syrup and sauce?

Is there any difference between syrup and sauce?

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  1. Sauces A Global History says: “sauces are taken to be food accompaniments, usually in a smooth liquid form, that are applied to a dish in order to enhance its flavour. Sauces are not ingredients but occupy a complementary role. Dressings, gravies and dips are all sauces because they are refined preparations (as distinct from raw materials) served with a dish but distinct from it. Syrups, spice pastes, oils, vinegar and even salt complement food but do not fit the definition of sauces because they ar…

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  2. A syrup is a saturated sugar solution.
    A sauce is any liquid used to accompany food. Sauces are usually savoury; the chef saucier in a traditional brigade system is unlikely to handle syrups which are for the chef patissier.
    When you put maple syrup on pancakes, you are using it as a sauce.

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