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Date: 1700-1800
Language: French
Origin: purée, from purer 'to make pure', from Latin purus; PURE

puree

verb
     
Related topics: Food
pu‧ree , purée [transitive]
DF if you purée food, you crush it so that it is almost liquid:
Use a processor to puree the apricots.
puréed potatoes
puree, purée noun [uncountable and countable]
tomato purée

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