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cham·pi·gnon

 (shăm-pĭn′yən)
n.
An edible mushroom, especially the much cultivated species Agaricus bisporus.

[French, alteration of Old French champigneul, probably from Vulgar Latin *(fungus) campiniolus, (fungus) growing in the fields, from Late Latin campānia, countryside; see campaign.]

champignon

(tʃæmˈpɪnjən)
n
(Plants) any of various agaricaceous edible mushrooms, esp Marasmius oreades and the meadow mushroom. See also fairy ring
[C16: from French, perhaps from Vulgar Latin campīnus (unattested) of the field, from Latin campus plain, field]

cham•pi•gnon

(ʃæmˈpɪn yən, ˌʃæm pɪnˈyɔ̃)

n., pl. -pi•gnons (-ˈpɪn yənz, -pɪnˈyɔ̃)
an edible mushroom.
[1570–80; < Middle French, appar. « Vulgar Latin *campīn(us) of the field (see camp1, -ine1) + French -on n. suffix]
Translations
champinjon
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L'Organisation europeenne et mediterraneenne pour la protection des plantes (OEPP) a emis une alerte confirmant que les autorites tunisiennes avaient officiellement declare une zone infectee par Phyllosticta citricarpa, le champignon responsable des taches noires affectant pres de 2 000 hectares dans le gouvernorat de Nabeul.
Tenders are invited for food supply (fresh tomatoes, fresh cucumbers, fresh sweet pepper, peking cabbage, fresh green radish, fresh champignon mushrooms, fresh green onion, fresh dill, parsley, fresh garlic, fresh dining carrots, fresh onion, fresh cabbage, potatoes, beets, fresh lemons, fresh apples, dried plums, dried grapes, walnuts, dried apricots, zucchini fresh, fresh pumpkin, pickled cucumbers, natural honey)
Her debut novel Sampinjonu derrba [The Champignon Testament] was first published in 2002 and received the Latvian Annual Literature Award in the category "Prose".
The most widely cultivated mushroom species are kabuting saging, tainga ng daga, shiitake, abalone and champignon.
With summer grilling season around the corner, Champignon North America, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., has launched Rougette Bonfire Grilling Cheeses.
After harvesting, the already recycled grounds embark upon their third lifespan, returning to the ground as compost - or 'champost', a play on words with champignon, French for mushroom - mixed in with mushroom strands and wood cellulose.
Ce champignon, le plus redoute par les viticulteurs, a ete provoque par les dernieres pluies qui se sont abattues durant les mois de mai et juin, conjuguees a l'absence de protection de la production et de suivi technique par les viticulteurs.
Lisa, who has worked alongside celebrity chef Nigel since 2001 after learning her trade at two Michelin star Le Champignon Sauvage, in Cheltenham, said: "Food to me is emotive, it's my personality on a plate.
A limited edition poulet and champignon flavour was sold in Harrods in 2008 in aid of the charity Action Against Hunger at PS29.95 per pot.
The first Midland restaurant in the list is Restaurant Sat Bains in Nottinghamshire which comes third, followed by Le Champignon Sauvage, Gloucestershire which is ranked number 13.
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