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 (ə-chär′, ŭch′är′)
A condiment of South Asian origin typically made of fruits or vegetables pickled in oil, lemon juice or vinegar, salt, and spices.

[Hindi acār and Urdu ačār both from Persian āčār, pickle.]


a spicy pickle made from mango
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