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broth / brä[unvoicedth]; brô[unvoicedth]/ • n. 1. soup consisting of meat or vegetable chunks, and often rice, cooked in stock. ∎  meat or fish stock. 2. Microbiology liquid medium containing proteins and other nutrients for the culture of bacteria: [as adj.] broth cultures of intestinal tissue.

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broth

broth OE. broð = OHG. brod, ON. broð :- Gmc. *broþam, f. *bru-, base of BREW.

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broth

broth Thick soup.

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broth

brothbroth, cloth, froth, Goth, moth, Roth, wrath •Sabaoth • Visigoth •backcloth, sackcloth •saddlecloth • waxcloth • grasscloth •haircloth • J-cloth • sailcloth •tablecloth • facecloth • cheesecloth •dishcloth • washcloth • oilcloth •loincloth • hawkmoth

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