Aubergine

French for Eggplant.
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aubergine

Plant belonging to the nightshade family, native to tropical Asia. Its purple-skinned, sometimes white, fruits are eaten as a vegetable. (Solanum melongena, family Solanaceae.)
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Aubergine

Aubergine, eggplant
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Aubergine

Aubergine, eggplant
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Aubergine

The French word for eggplant.
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aubergine

eggplant
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Aubergine

Aubergine, eggplant
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Aubergine

eggplant.
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aubergine

eggplant
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Aubergine

[restaurant] Aubergine is a restaurant in Steyl in the Netherlands. It is a fine dining restaurant that is awarded one Michelin star in the period 2006–present. GaultMillau awarded the restaurant 14 out of 20 points. Head chef of Aubergine is Paul Pollux. ...
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Aubergine

[London restaurant] Aubergine was a restaurant in Chelsea, London. Owned by A-Z Restaurants, it was opened under chef Gordon Ramsay in 1993. Aubergine was awarded two Michelin stars in 1997, which it held until Ramsay left the restaurant in 1998 following the sacking of Marcus Wareing from sister restaurant L`Oranger. It subsequently reopen...
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aubergine

egg-shaped vegetable having a shiny skin typically dark purple but occasionally white or yellow
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