[ foh-kah-chuh ]
/ foʊˈkɑ tʃə /
noun, plural fo·cac·cias.
a large, round, flat Italian bread, sprinkled before baking with olive oil, salt, and often herbs.
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Origin of focaccia
1975–80; < Italian < Late Latin focacia (neuter plural), derivative of Latin focus hearth, perhaps with -āceus -aceous
Words nearby focaccia
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Example sentences from the Web for focaccia
The person who was reading her essay happened to have focaccia bread baking in the oven at the time of reading the application.F-Bombs and 'Jorts': 9 Craziest College Rejection Reasons|Kristina Dell|April 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for focaccia
/ (fəˈkætʃə) /
a flat Italian bread made with olive oil and yeast
Word Origin for focaccia
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