margarine

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Borrowing from French margarine ‎(margarin), from Ancient Greek μαργαρίτης ‎(margarítēs, pearl).

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margarine ‎(usually uncountable, plural margarines)

  1. A spread, manufactured from a blend of vegetable oils (some of which are hydrogenated), emulsifiers etc, mostly used as a substitute for butter.

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margarine f

  1. plural of margarina

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