There are 2 definitions of marmite in English:

marmite1

Line breaks: mar|mite
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːmʌɪt
 
, mɑːˈmiːt
 
/

noun

An earthenware cooking container.
More example sentences
  • The marmitako is a simple dish that fishermen used to cook in a marmite (a small cooking pot);reason for the name, marmitako.
  • A garniture of turnips, carrots and potatoes cut in a tournage are cooked in a marmite till tender and served with the beef and sauces.
  • The evening meal was slowly cooking in a marmite suspended from a hook.

Origin

early 19th century: French, from Old French marmite 'hypocritical', with reference to the hidden contents of the lidded pot, from marmotter 'to mutter' + mite 'cat'.

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There are 2 definitions of marmite in English:

Marmite2

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Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːmʌɪt
 
/

noun

[mass noun] British trademark
A dark savoury spread made from yeast extract and vegetable extract.
More example sentences
  • Many enjoy a bread spread called Marmite, a dark-colored yeast extract with a salty taste.
  • I always take Marmite and ketchup abroad; I can't travel without my Marmite.
  • What I have found in practice is that people who like to eat Marmite have symptoms that suggest they have too much yeast in their system.

Origin

early 20th century: from marmite.