Etymology
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puree (v.)

"to make into a puree," 1934, from puree (n.). Related: Pureed.

puree (n.)

kind of broth or soup made from vegetables, etc., boiled to a pulp and passed through a sieve, 1707, from French purée, a word of disputed and uncertain origin. Compare porridge.

updated on February 09, 2021

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