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po·tage

 (pō-täzh′)
n.
A thick, often creamy soup.

[French, from Old French; see pottage.]

potage

(pɔtaʒ; English pəʊˈtɑːʒ)
n
(Cookery) any thick soup
[C16: from Old French; see pottage]

po•tage

(poʊˈtɑʒ)

n.
a thick soup.
[< French; see pottage]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.potage - thick (often creamy) souppotage - thick (often creamy) soup    
soup - liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
Translations

potage

n (Cook) → dicke Suppe (mit Rahm)
References in classic literature ?
Philip sent the waiter for a bottle of Burgundy from the neighbouring tavern, and they had a potage aux herbes, a steak from the window aux pommes, and an omelette au kirsch.
A light potage, with a few grapes and bread, composed her dinner; even of these I observed that she laid aside nearly half for the succeeding day, doubts of her having the means of supporting her parent until the handkerchief was completed beginning to beset her mind.
{salle a manger = dining room; salon = living room; potage = soup}
"Mouton aux navets," added the butler gravely (pronounce, if you please, moutongonavvy); "and the soup is potage de mouton a l'Ecossaise.
However, later their diet changed, as lead author from the University of Cambridge Dr Tamsin OConnell explains: Towards the end of the mid-5th century we see a shift in the diet of the local populations away from one rich in animal protein and imported wheat, olive oil, fish sauce and wine from North Africa, to something more akin to a peasant diet, made up of mainly plant proteins in things like potages and stews.
Il concerne egalement les preparations alimentaires, les preparations pour soupes et potages, les derives de cereales, le ciment, les produits cosmetiques et les papiers d'hygiene.
AaAaAeAeAaAaAeAc travers les aides culinaires des produits salAaAaAeA@s (cubes de bo et potages) comme des sucrAaAaAeA@s (flans, mousses, glaces, levure chimiqu sucre vanillinAaAaAeA@, crAaAaAeA?me pAaAaAeActissiAaAaAeA?res, fleur de maAaAaAeA s), la marque prAaAaAeA@sente sur le marchAaAaAeA@.
De manera lapidaria Cabello y Mesa escribio que no pudo <<hallarle ni pies ni cabeza al dicho papelon [...] pues a la manera que estos potages limenos, o por muy insulsos, o por muy picantes no solo son ingratos a la vista, al olfato y al paladar, sino que relajan el estomago, hinchen de flato, irritan la sangre, o producen un detenuidad y languidez asombrosa>>.
Resident friars and town wenches will be on hand to serve guests with their five-course feast of potages, roasts and pies, rounded off by pudding and cheeses and accompanied by flagons of ale and fine wine.
TV potages showed young medical staffers ransacking the Civic Center premises In Gulshan-e-Iqbal town, throwing stones and flowerpots to glass walls, breaking windowpanes and furiously shouting slogans against city government authorities.