Definition of veronique in English:

veronique

Syllabification: ve·ron·ique
Pronunciation: /ˌverəˈnēk, ˌvārô-
 
/

adjective

[postpositive]
Denoting a dish, typically of fish or chicken, prepared or garnished with grapes.

Origin

from the French given name Véronique.

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