garibaldi

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The jacket is named after Italian patriot Giuseppe Garibaldi, who wore a red shirt of similar appearance. The biscuit is also named after Garibaldi.

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Particularly: “What about the fish?”

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garibaldi (plural garibaldis)

  1. (Britain) a biscuit consisting of currants squashed between layers of flaky pastry.
  2. A bright yellow/orange damselfish, of the genus Hypsypops, from the seas of southern California.
  3. A kind of jacket worn by women.

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garibaldi m (plural garibaldi's, diminutive garibaldietje n)

  1. derby, bowler hat
  2. (zoology) garibaldi (fish)

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