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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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condimentcon‧di‧ment /ˈkɒndəmənt $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [countable] formal  vinegar.jpg DFa powder or liquid, such as salt or ketchup, that you use to give a special taste to food
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condimentTrays are served accurately according to food items, beverages, and condiments marked on menu. 4.Provençal green tableware, salt & pepper mills, utensils and condiments, from a selection at Divertimenti.Soya sauce A thin salty sauce used as the main condiment throughout the Far East, virtually replacing dry salt.Foods such as mustard, catsup, Worcestershire sauce, and other condiments accounted for only consumption.Serve hot or cold as SAUCEa condiment to small game birds, pheasant, or meat dishes.They are sometimes mixed with other spices, such as allspice or coriander seeds, for a table condiment.With the condiments of the season, presumably.
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