a thick purée of aubergines, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic, originating in North Africa and the Mediterranean
a Middle Eastern dish that is a puree of eggplant, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic and is used as a spread or dip and traditionally garnished with pomegranate seeds and mint; also called [baba gannoujh]
noun (pl) -cos a subtropical parthenocarpic tree, Carica pentagona, originating in South America, cultivated for its fruit: family Caricaceae the greenish-yellow egg-shaped fruit of this tree, having a delicate fragrance and no pips
adjective (South African) drunk; hungover
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