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caviarcav‧i‧ar, caviare /ˈkæviɑː $ -ɑːr/ noun [uncountable]  DFFthe preserved eggs of various large fish, eaten as a special very expensive food caviare and champagne
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caviarThey were like caviar in close-up, in a web.His bedside snack caviar dish - a functional item at two to three hundred.You can shave truffles on these eggs or spoon caviar on them.Shooting sometimes lasted twenty hours at a time as the extras were treated to squab, caviar and champagne.Gold watches, caviar, champagne and beautiful women - all these became associated with Zahedis munificence.It was stocked with caviar and a microwave.
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