Definition of marinara in English:

marinara

Line breaks: mari|nara
Pronunciation: /ˌmɑːrɪˈnɑːrə
 
, ˈmar-/

adjective

Denoting a sauce made from tomatoes, onions, and herbs, served especially with pasta: cannelloni in marinara sauce [postpositive]: the penne marinara was outstanding
More example sentences
  • She set out pasta and marinara sauce, along with table settings, and urged everyone to eat as much as they wanted.
  • A holdover from Italian occupation in the south is a love for pasta and marinara sauce.
  • On another visit, the feature was eggplant Parmesan panini, consisting of breaded eggplant, cheese, raw red onion, sliced tomato and a marinara sauce for dipping.

Origin

from the Italian phrase alla marinara 'sailor-style'.

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