Definition of aioli in English:

aioli

Syllabification: ai·o·li
Pronunciation: /īˈōlē, āˈō-
 
/
(also aïoli)

noun

  • Mayonnaise seasoned with garlic.
    More example sentences
    • Mine came generously topped with roast lamb and onions plus a very yummy garlic aioli (I declined capsicums).
    • And with a batter like that, you really wanted something to dip it in: garlic aioli or anything.
    • Spoon some mayonnaise or aioli over the fish fillets and put briefly under a griller, before serving the dish.

Origin

French, from Provençal ai 'garlic' + oli 'oil'.

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