Curry is defined as a strong spice mixture usually containing turmeric, or is an Indian dish cooked with a strong spice mixture.(noun)
A meat and rice dish with a special spicy blend of turmeric and other spices is an example ofcurry.
The definition of curry is to flavor with a special blend of hot spices, or to groom a horse with a special comb, or to cure tanned leather.(verb)
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cur·ry 1transitive verb curried cur·ried, currying cur·ry·ing, curries cur·ries
Origin: Middle English curreien, from Anglo-Norman curreier, to arrange, curry, from Vulgar Latin *conrēdāre : Latin com-, com- + Vulgar Latin *-rēdāre, to make ready (of Germanic origin; see reidh- in Indo-European roots). Curry favor, by folk etymology from Middle English currayen favel, from Old French correier fauvel, to curry a fallow-colored horse, be hypocritical (from the fallow horse as a medieval symbol of deceit).
cur·ry 2 also cur·rienoun pl. curries cur·ries
Origin: Tamil kaṟi.
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