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chiffonade

[ shif-uh-neyd, -nahd ]
/ ˌʃɪf əˈneɪd, -ˈnɑd /
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adjective
a mixture of finely cut vegetables, herbs, or the like, for use in soups, salads, etc.
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Origin of chiffonade

From French, dating back to 1875–80; see origin at chiffon, -ade1
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British Dictionary definitions for chiffonade

chiffonade
/ (ˌʃɪfəˈnɑːd) /

noun
finely shredded leaf vegetables used as a base for a dish or as a garnish
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