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potage

[poh-tahzh; French paw-tazh] /poʊˈtɑʒ; French pɔˈtaʒ/
noun, French Cookery.
1.
soup, especially any thick soup made with cream.
Origin of potage
< French; see pottage
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potage

/pɔtaʒ; English pəʊˈtɑːʒ/
noun
1.
any thick soup
Word Origin
C16: from Old French; see pottage
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Word Origin and History for potage
n.

"thick soup," 1560s, from French potage "soup, broth" (see pottage, which is an earlier English borrowing of the same French word).

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