au jus

[ oh -zhoos, oh -joos; French oh -zhy ]
/ oʊ ˈʒus, oʊ ˈdʒus; French oʊ ˈʒü /

adjective (of meat)

served in the natural juices that flow from the meat as it cooks.

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Origin of au jus

1915–20; <French: literally, with the gravy. See juice
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British Dictionary definitions for au jus

au jus
/ French (o ʒy) /

adjective

(of meat) served in its own gravy

Word Origin for au jus

literally: with the juice
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