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tzatziki

[ tsah-tsee-kee ]
/ tsɑˈtsi ki /
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noun
a condiment or dip consisting of yogurt, cucumber, garlic, and usually mint.
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Origin of tzatziki

1960–65; <Modern Greek tzatzíki from Turkish cacık, of uncertain origin

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British Dictionary definitions for tzatziki

tzatziki
/ (tsætˈsɪkɪ) /

noun
a Greek dip made from yogurt, chopped cucumber, and mint

Word Origin for tzatziki

C20: from Modern Greek
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