Chutnee
Chutney Chut"ney, Chutnee Chut"nee, n. [Hind. chatn[=i].] 1. A warm or spicy condiment or pickle made in India, compounded of various vegetable substances, such as chopped fruits or green tomatoes, etc., often cooked with sweets and acids such as sugar and vinegar, with ginger and spices.

Syn: Indian relish. [1913 Webster + WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • chutnee — n. spicy East Indian sauce or relish (contains a combination of raisins, fruits, dates and onions) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chutney — /ˈtʃʌtni / (say chutnee) noun (plural chutneys) a relish of Indian origin which consists of fruit or vegetable cooked with sugar, spices, and vinegar or lime juice. Also, chutnee. {Hindi caṭnī, from cāṭnā to taste} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Chutney — Chut ney, Chutnee Chut nee, n. [Hind. chatn[=i].] 1. A warm or spicy condiment or pickle made in India, compounded of various vegetable substances, such as chopped fruits or green tomatoes, etc., often cooked with sweets and acids such as sugar… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chutney — /chut nee/, n. a sauce or relish of East Indian origin, often compounded of both sweet and sour ingredients, as fruits and herbs, with spices and other seasoning. Also, chutnee. [1805 15; < Hindi chatni] * * * ▪ food       relish that accompanies …   Universalium

  • chutney barrel — /ˈtʃʌtni bærəl/ (say chutnee baruhl) noun Colloquial a toilet, especially a sanitary can …   Australian English dictionary

  • chutney ferret — /ˈtʃʌtni fɛrət/ (say chutnee feruht) noun Colloquial (taboo) (derogatory) a male homosexual …   Australian English dictionary

  • chutney — [chut′nē] n. pl. chutneys [Hindi chatnī] a relish made of fruits, as raisins and mangoes, spices, herbs, and sugar, with vinegar or lemon juice: also sp. chutnee …   English World dictionary

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