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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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roeroe /rəʊ $ roʊ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFfish eggs eaten as a foodcaviar
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roeFish roe, taramasalata, fried scampi.Edusha brewed tea, putting herring roe, cheese, and butter on the table.In fact, the Europa is so forgiving that novices like roe can get straight in and drive last.Larger numbers of roe deer live near there and Czechoslovakia still has bears and wolves roaming in the wild.Red caviar is prepared from salmon roe.She survived until my sushi-maker served up the requisite salmon roe topped with the yoke of a tiny ostrich egg.Caviar is sturgeon roe prepared by a special process.Place the roe, lemon juice and squeezed bread in a food processor blender.
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