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1. Very thinly sliced raw meat or fish, especially beef or tuna, garnished with a sauce.
2. A vegetarian dish in which zucchini, squash, or similar food is thinly sliced, served raw, and garnished with a dressing.
[Italian, after Vittore Carpacciowho favored red pigments.]
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carpaccio(ˌkɑːˈpætʃɪəʊ; Italian karˈpattʃo)
n, pl -os
(Cookery) an Italian dish of thin slices of raw meat or fish
[possibly after the Italian painter Vittore Carpaccio (?1460–?1525)]
Carpaccio(ˌkɑːˈpætʃɪəʊ; -tʃəʊ; Italian karˈpattʃo)
(Biography) Vittore (vitˈtoːre). ?1460–?1525, Italian painter of the Venetian school
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Car•pac•cio(kɑrˈpɑ tʃoʊ, -tʃiˌoʊ)
Vittore, c1450–1525, Venetian painter.
car•pac•cio(kɑrˈpɑ tʃoʊ, -tʃiˌoʊ)
thinly sliced raw beef or fish served with a piquant sauce.
[after V. Carpaccio]
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