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gazpacho (n.)

type of Spanish vegetable soup notable for being served cold, by 1742 in translations of "Don Quixote;" from 1590s as a Spanish word in Spanish-English dictionaries. According to Ayto ("Diner's Dictionary") the name is of Arabic origin and means literally "soaked bread." Perhaps in reference to the garlic croutons that traditionally are served with it.

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Definitions of gazpacho from WordNet

gazpacho (n.)
a soup made with chopped tomatoes and onions and cucumbers and peppers and herbs; served cold;
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