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court bouillon

noun court bouil·lon \ˈkr-(ˌ)bü-ˈyⁿ, -(ˌ)bwē-, ˈkr-\

Definition of COURT BOUILLON

:  a liquid made usually with water, white wine, vegetables, and seasonings and used to poach fish

Origin of COURT BOUILLON

French court-bouillon, literally, short bouillon
First Known Use: 1723

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