cassis


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cas·sis

 (kə-sēs′)
n.
1. A syrup made from black currants.
2. Crème de cassis.

[French, from Middle French, from Old French cassie, casse, cassia, senna, from Latin casia, cassia, aromatic tree of the genus Cinnamomum; see cassia.]

cassis

(kɑːˈsiːs)
n
(Brewing) a blackcurrant cordial
[C19: from French]

crème de cas•sis

(ˌkrɛm də kæˈsis, ˌkrim)
n.
a liqueur flavored with black currants.
[< French: literally, cream of black currant]
Translations

cassis

[kæˈsiːs] Ncassis m
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