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ketchupketch‧up (also catsup American English) /ˈketʃəp/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  DFFa thick cold red sauce made from tomatoes that you put on food a bottle of tomato ketchup
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ketchupWhen it arrives, May and Atkins promptly smother theirs in ketchup.Toppings include ketchup, mustard, pickles, relish and jalape-os.Do you need ketchup on something?Vlasic's brand would complement Heinz's ketchup, sauces and condiment business well, analysts said.Does anybody else needs some ketchup on something?The place was full of screaming babies and smeary trays and spilled ketchup.The mess was just spilled ketchup.The tomato ketchup stained her fingers and fell as uncompromisingly on her dress as blood, but her brain was racing.
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