[guh-spah-choh; Spanish gahth-pah-chaw, gahs-]

Origin of gazpacho

Borrowed into English from Spanish around 1835–45 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for gazpacho

Contemporary Examples of gazpacho

  • When gazpacho is on the blackboard menu at lunch, it's a must.

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    Holy Molé: Tucson’s Mexican Food with a Kick

    Jane & Michael Stern

    June 29, 2014

  • A summer meal might include gougéres, gazpacho, tuna persille, chicken, two cheese courses, and chocolate mousse.

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    A Burgundy Wine Feast

    Sophie Menin

    July 4, 2010

  • Recipe Even vegans can enjoy this gazpacho with tiny olive croutons.

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    Fresh Picks

    Douglas Rodriguez

    July 21, 2009

Historical Examples of gazpacho

  • He will eat a plateful of gazpacho or puchero, a sardine, half a roll of bread, and drink clear water as often as wine.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country

    L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street

British Dictionary definitions for gazpacho


  1. a Spanish soup made from tomatoes, peppers, etc, and served cold

Word Origin for gazpacho

from Spanish
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