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madrilène

[ mad-ruh-len, -leyn, mad-ruh-len, -leyn ]
/ ˈmæd rəˌlɛn, -ˌleɪn, ˌmæd rəˈlɛn, -ˈleɪn /
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noun
a consommé flavored with tomato, frequently jelled and served cold.
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Origin of madrilène

1930–35; <French (consommé) madrilène literally, Madrid consommé; see Madrileño
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British Dictionary definitions for madrilène

madrilène
/ (ˈmædrɪˌlɛn, -ˌleɪn, French madrilɛn) /

noun
a cold consommé flavoured with tomato juice

Word Origin for madrilène

shortened from French (consommé) madrilène from Spanish madrileño of or from Madrid
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