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roquette

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Pronunciation: /rɒˈkɛt
 
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Definition of roquette in English:

noun

Another term for rocket2.
Example sentences
  • The roquette you simply dress in a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar, then top with fresh shavings of Parmesan.
  • The more unusual items I spotted were sandwiches with crayfish and roquette or chargrilled peppers and red onion, as well as vegetarian sushi.
  • My dinner date went for the roast vegetable salad with potato, kumara, eggplant, pumpkin, yellow & green capsicum, seeded mustard, spinach & roquette, drizzled with red wine vinegar yoghurt.

Origin

French.

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