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aioli

[ ahy-oh-lee, ey-oh-; French a-yaw-lee ]
/ aɪˈoʊ li, eɪˈoʊ-; French a yɔˈli /
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noun Cooking.
a garlic-flavored mayonnaise of Provence, served with fish and seafood and often with vegetables.
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Origin of aioli

1895–1900; <French aïoli<Provençal, equivalent to ai garlic (<Latin allium) + oli oil (<Latin oleum;see oil)
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British Dictionary definitions for aioli

aïoli
/ (aɪˈəʊlɪ, eɪ-) /

noun
garlic mayonnaise

Word Origin for aïoli

from French ail garlic
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