noun plural Etymology: French, from plural of crudité rawness, from Latin cruditas indigestion, from crudus Date: 1960 pieces of raw vegetables (as celery or carrot sticks) served as an hors d'oeuvre often with a dip

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  • crudites — n. (Cookery) an appetizer consisting of raw vegetables cut into bite sized strips and served with a dip. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • crudites — 1960, from Fr. crudités, lit. raw things (see CRUDITY (Cf. crudity)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • crudités — ● crudités nom féminin pluriel Légumes crus ou cuits (betterave, poireau) servis froids et assaisonnés de vinaigrette …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • crudités — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ mixed raw vegetables served with a sauce into which they may be dipped. ORIGIN plural of French crudité rawness, crudity …   English terms dictionary

  • crudités — [kro͞o΄də tā′; ] Fr [ krü dē tā′] pl.n. [Fr, lit., raw things: see CRUDITY] raw vegetables cut up and served as an hors d oeuvre, usually with a dip or with sauces …   English World dictionary

  • Crudités — Assiette de crudités Les crudités sont des aliments consommés crus. Le terme (toujours employé au pluriel dans cette acception) désigne en particulier des mets composés de légumes frais et crus, assaisonnés ou non, servis en hors d œuvre, par… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crudités — Celery and strips of red and green bell pepper, with dip …   Wikipedia

  • crudités — [[t]kru͟ːdɪteɪ, AM te͟ɪ[/t]] N PLURAL Crudités are pieces of raw vegetable, often served before a meal …   English dictionary

  • crudités — /krooh di tay /; Fr. /krddyuu dee tay /, n. (used with singular or plural v.) French Cookery. an appetizer consisting of a variety of raw vegetables, usually cut into strips or bite size pieces, and served with a dip. [1965 70; < F, pl. of… …   Universalium

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