English version

balsamic vinegar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbalsamic vinegarbal‧sam‧ic vin‧e‧gar /bɔːlˌsæmɪk ˈvɪnəɡə $ bɒːl-, -ɡər/ noun [uncountable]  a type of dark-coloured vinegar that has a strong taste
Examples from the Corpus
balsamic vinegarRemove from the heat and add the olives, basil and balsamic vinegar.Salads, most of which are finished with good olive oil and balsamic vinegar, are well executed, too.In California, it might be marinated in olive oil and balsamic vinegar, grilled and served with salsa.Olive oil and balsamic vinegar are about half the price you pay in Britain.You know it's not good for you and you know you should really have some seared tuna in balsamic vinegar instead.It gets help in this department from a swirl of balsamic vinegar.Then there is the heirloom tomato salad with baby spinach, a little white balsamic vinegar and feta cheese.
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