/ (zæˈkʊskɪ) /
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pl n singular -ka (-kə)
Russian cookery hors d'oeuvres, consisting of tiny open sandwiches spread with caviar, smoked sausage, etc, or a cold dish such as radishes in sour cream, all usually served with vodka
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Word Origin for zakuski
Russian, from zakusit' to have a snack
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How to use zakuski in a sentence
To the zakuski succeeded the meal itself, and the host became a perfect glutton on his guests' behalf.Dead Souls|Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol