garbure

noun gar·bure \(ˈ)gär¦byu̇(ə)r\

Definition of garbure

plural

-s

  1. :  a thick soup of bacon and cabbage or other vegetables usually with cheese and stale bread added

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Origin and Etymology of garbure

French, from Provençal garburo


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