a salad of finely sliced or chopped raw cabbage, usually moistened with a mayonnaise dressing.
a salad of shredded cabbage, mayonnaise, carrots, onions, etc
also cole-slaw, cole slaw, 1794, American English, partial translation of Dutch koolsla, from kool “cabbage” (see cole) + sla “salad” (see slaw). Commonly cold slaw in English until 1860s, when Middle English cole “cabbage” was revived.
/kəˈlɛstɪˌpɒl/ noun 1. a drug that reduces the concentration of cholesterol in the blood: used, together with dietary restriction of cholesterol, to treat selected patients with hypercholesterolaemia and so prevent atherosclerosis
[kol-it] /ˈkɒl ɪt/ noun 1. John, 1467?–1519, English educator and clergyman. 1. (in prescriptions) let it be strained. /ˈkɒlɪt/ noun 1. John. ?1467–1519, English humanist and theologian; founder of St Paul’s School, London (1509) Latin coletur (let it be strained)
/ˈkəʊlˌtɪt/ noun 1. another name for coal tit
[koh-let, kuh-, ko-; French kaw-let] /koʊˈlɛt, kə-, kɒ-; French kɔˈlɛt/ noun 1. (Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette) 1873–1954, French author. 2. a female given name. /kɒˈlɛt/ noun 1. full name Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette. 1873–1954, French novelist; her works include Chéri (1920), Gigi (1944), and the series of Claudine books The nom de plume of Sidonie […]