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crouton

[ kroo-ton, kroo-ton ]
/ ˈkru tɒn, kruˈtɒn /
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noun
a small piece of fried or toasted bread, sometimes seasoned, used as a garnish for soups, salads, and other dishes.
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Origin of crouton

1800–10; <French, equivalent to croûtecrust + -on diminutive suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for crouton

crouton
/ (ˈkruːtɒn) /

noun
a small piece of fried or toasted bread, usually served in soup

Word Origin for crouton

French: diminutive of croûte crust
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