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tutti-frutti

[ too-tee-froo-tee ]
/ ˈtu tiˈfru ti /
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noun

a preserve of chopped mixed fruits, often with brandy syrup.
a confection, especially ice cream, flavored with a variety of fruits, usually candied and minced.
a synthetic flavoring combining the flavors of a variety of fruits: tutti-frutti chewing gum.

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Origin of tutti-frutti

1875–80, Americanism;<Italian: literally, all the fruits

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British Dictionary definitions for tutti-frutti

tutti-frutti
/ (ˈtuːtɪˈfruːtɪ) /

noun

plural -fruttis an ice cream or a confection containing small pieces of candied or fresh fruits
a preserve of chopped mixed fruits, often with brandy syrup
a flavour like that of many fruits combined

adjective

having such a flavour

Word Origin for tutti-frutti

from Italian, literally: all the fruits
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