focaccia

[foh-kah-chuh]
noun, plural focaccias.
a large, round, flat Italian bread, sprinkled before baking with olive oil, salt, and often herbs.

Origin:
1975–80; < Italian < Late Latin focacia (neuter plural), derivative of Latin focus hearth, perhaps with -āceus -aceous

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focaccia (fəˈkætʃə)
 
n
a flat Italian bread made with olive oil and yeast
 
[from Italian]

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Example sentences
Grab a loaf of their ciabatta or focaccia, and you'll have a filling meal on your hands.
The restaurant is known for making some of the best focaccia bread and focaccia sandwiches in the area.
The best is focaccia, crusty yet soft with the faintest whiff of olive oil.
Focaccia doughs are similar in style and texture to pizza doughs.
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