condiment

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From Old French condiment, from Latin condimentum, from condire (to preserve, pickle, season). See condite and compare recondite.

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condiment (plural condiments)

  1. Something used to enhance the flavor of food; salt or pepper for example.

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Noun[edit]

condiment m (plural condiments)

  1. condiment

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