Meaning of condiment in English:

condiment

Pronunciation /ˈkɒndɪm(ə)nt/

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noun

  • A substance such as salt, mustard, or pickle that is used to add flavour to food.

    ‘Nearly all of the credits are written with condiments like mustard and mayonnaise on foods like hamburgers and corn dogs.’
    • ‘It was used as a condiment and to flavour pickles and sauces.’
    • ‘Food stations need condiments such as ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise.’
    • ‘‘Their idea of dip is that it's a condiment like ketchup or mustard or salt or pepper,’ he says.’
    • ‘Use of condiments such as soy sauce and ketchup, as well as salting food at the table, also increases sodium intake.’
    • ‘The smell and even the sight of it make me queasy, as do the other major American condiments, mustard and mayonnaise.’
    • ‘I said that because of the condiments: the mustard and mayo, the lettuce, tomato and onion.’
    • ‘Harissa is a condiment of dried red chilies, garlic, and oil.’
    • ‘All great barbecue chefs agree that barbecue sauce is a condiment to be used to dress the meat before serving, or to be served on the side.’
    • ‘Be sure to add your own barbecue sauce at the condiment stand to give it additional flavor and moisture.’
    • ‘They are hand-picked at the beginning of the summer, to be pickled in vinegar and enjoyed as a condiment or in salads.’
    • ‘He liked cayenne pepper, chutney, pickles, mustard and other condiments.’
    • ‘Pesto has always been a predominant condiment for pasta in Liguria.’
    • ‘Guests ate and drank kneeling on mats; their drinks were placed to their right, while other rules governed the position of foods and condiments.’
    • ‘Grapes that never achieved full maturity were used in condiments and marinades.’
    • ‘Open pots of ketchup, mayonnaise, relish and a sweetcorn-based condiment offer a nice chance to smear the chips with sauces.’
    • ‘Few food condiments have as long and storied a history as salt.’
    • ‘There would be no buns, no ketchup, and no condiments of any sort provided.’
    • ‘It's an OK food when used as an occasional condiment.’
    • ‘The groups were asked to prepare pickles and condiments.’
    seasoning, spice, herb, additive, added flavour

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin condimentum, from condire ‘to pickle’.