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1julienne

noun ju·li·enne \ˌjü-lē-ˈen, ˌzhü-\

Definition of JULIENNE

1
:  a consommé containing julienned vegetables
2
a :  food (as meat or vegetables) that has been julienned
b :  a preparation or garnish of julienned food <a julienne of leeks>
julienne adjective

Origin of JULIENNE

French, short for potage à la julienne, probably from Julienne woman's name
First Known Use: 1841

2julienne

verb
juliennedjulien·ning

Definition of JULIENNE

transitive verb
:  to slice into thin strips about the size of matchsticks <wash and julienne the carrots>

First Known Use of JULIENNE

circa 1930

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