Definition of tapenade in English:

tapenade

Syllabification: ta·pe·nade
Pronunciation: /ˌtäpəˈnäd
 
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noun

A Provençal paste or dip, made from black olives, capers, and anchovies.
More example sentences
  • His cod is must be among the best in Scotland, large translucent flakes, topped perhaps with a herb crust, a dollop of aioli and black olive tapenade.
  • Ingredients like olive tapénade and truffle vinaigrette have become routine at Tavern, deliberately raising its level of culinary sophistication.
  • But in its raw state (in salad dressings, pesto, tapenade or dressing pasta, for example), only the best extra-virgin oil you can afford will do.

Origin

French, from Provençal.

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