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marinade

[noun mar-uh-neyd; verb mar-uh-neyd]
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noun
  1. a seasoned liquid, usually of vinegar or wine with oil, herbs, spices, etc., in which meat, fish, vegetables, etc., are steeped before cooking.
  2. meat, fish, vegetables, etc., steeped in it.
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verb (used with object), mar·i·nad·ed, mar·i·nad·ing.
  1. to marinate.
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Origin of marinade

1675–85; < French < Provençal marinado, noun use of feminine past participle of mariná to cure meat or fish in brine, verbal derivative of marin marine
Can be confusedmarinade marinate
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Examples from the Web for marinaded

Historical Examples

  • Stir it over the fire, mixing well till the sauce becomes brown, and then put in your marinaded pieces of rabbit.

    The Belgian Cookbook

    Various

  • It is accompanied by a brown sauce made of a bouquet de bouleau full of buds and marinaded in mild pickle.

  • It is flaked and marinaded in oil and vinegar seasoned well with pepper and salt.


British Dictionary definitions for marinaded

marinade

noun (ˌmærɪˈneɪd)
  1. a spiced liquid mixture of oil, wine, vinegar, herbs, etc, in which meat or fish is soaked before cooking
  2. meat or fish soaked in this liquid
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verb (ˈmærɪˌneɪd)
  1. a variant of marinate
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Word Origin

C17: from French, from Spanish marinada, from marinar to pickle in brine, marinate
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Word Origin and History for marinaded

marinade

n.

1704, from French marinade "spiced vinegar or brine for pickling," from mariner "to pickle" (see marinate). As a verb from 1680s. Related: Marinaded; marinading.

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