Definition of ratatouille in English:

ratatouille

Line breaks: rata|touille
Pronunciation: /ˌratəˈtuːi
 
, -ˈtwiː/

noun

[mass noun]
A vegetable dish consisting of onions, courgettes, tomatoes, aubergines, and peppers, fried and stewed in oil and sometimes served cold.
More example sentences
  • I've also seen tartines served with a side of cold ratatouille (this dish of zucchini, eggplant, tomato and pepper from Provence).
  • One of its typical dishes is a vegetable stew called ratatouille.
  • Sam's will probably serve its ratatouille on grilled polenta, and Pomegranate will likely go for pasta; Soi has many non-meat entrées.

Origin

a French dialect word.

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