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coq au vin

 (kōk′ ō văN′)
n.
A dish of chicken cooked in red wine, usually with bacon, mushrooms, onions, other vegetables, and various herbs.

[French : coq, chicken + à, with + vin, wine.]

coq au vin

(kɔk o vɛ̃)
n
(Cookery) chicken stewed with red wine, onions, etc
[literally: cock with wine]

coq au vin

(Fr. kɔk ɔ ˈvɛ̃)
n.
chicken cooked in red wine usu. with mushrooms, onions, and bacon.
[1935–40; < French: literally, cock with wine]
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Noun1.coq au vin - chicken and onions and mushrooms braised in red wine and seasonings
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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