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vin·e·gar

(vin'ĕ-găr),
Impure dilute acetic acid, made from wine, cider, malt, etc.
Synonym(s): acetum
[Fr. vinaigre, fr. vin, wine, + aigre, sour]

vin·e·gar

(vin'ĕ-găr)
Impure dilute acetic acid, made from fermented wine, cider, or malt.
[Fr. vinaigre, fr. vin, wine, + aigre, sour]

vinegar

a dilute, impure acetic acid, made from beer or wine.

vin·e·gar

(vin'ĕ-găr)
Impure dilute acetic acid, made from wine, cider, malt, etc.
Synonym(s): acetum.
[Fr. vinaigre, fr. vin, wine, + aigre, sour]
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