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mar·i·nade / ˌmarəˈnād/ • n. a sauce, typically made of oil, vinegar, spices, and herbs, in which meat, fish, or other food is soaked before cooking in order to flavor or soften it. ∎  a dish prepared using such a mixture: a chicken marinade. • v. / ˈmarəˌnād/ another term for marinate.

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marinade

marinade Mixture of oil with wine, lemon juice, or vinegar and herbs in which meat or fish is soaked before cooking, both to give flavour and to make it more tender. Hence to marinate.

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marinade

marinade pickle, pickled meat or fish. XVII. — F. — Sp. marinada, f. marinar pickle in brine, f. marino MARINE; see -ADE.
Hence vb. XVII.

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