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1. A salad dressing of oil, vinegar, and seasonings.
2. A commercially prepared creamy salad dressing that is usually pale orange to reddish-orange in color and often sweet.
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(Cookery) a salad dressing made from oil and vinegar with seasonings; vinaigrette
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n. (often l.c.)
1. salad dressing prepared chiefly from oil, vinegar, and seasonings; vinaigrette.
2. a creamy and often sweet salad dressing, usu. orange in color.
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