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Date: 1700-1800
Language: French
Origin: Spanish marinada, from marinar 'to preserve in salt', from Latin marinus; MARINE

marinade

noun
     
Related topics: Cooking
mar‧i‧nade [uncountable and countable]
DFC a mixture of oil and spices in which meat or fish is put for a time before cooking

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