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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: , from the past participle of consommer 'to complete, boil down', from Latin consummare; CONSUMMATE1

consommé

noun
     
Related topics: Drink
con‧som‧mé [uncountable]
DFD clear soup made from meat or vegetables

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