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macédoine

[ mas-i-dwahn ]
/ ˌmæs ɪˈdwɑn /
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noun
a mixture of fruits or vegetables, often served as a salad.
a medley.
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Origin of macédoine

1810–20; <French, after MacédoineMacedonia, probably an allusion to the variety of peoples in the region

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British Dictionary definitions for macédoine

macedoine
/ (ˌmæsɪˈdwɑːn) /

noun
a hot or cold mixture of diced vegetables
a mixture of fruit served in a syrup or in jelly
any mixture; medley

Word Origin for macedoine

C19: from French, literally: Macedonian, alluding to the mixture of nationalities in Macedonia
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