Definitions

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  • adjective Describing a light vegetable sauce, especially one served with pasta

Etymologies

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From Italian primavera ("spring").

Examples

  • In Italian, spring, la primavera, is feminine; l'estate, l'autumno, l'inverno, are masculine; in verse il verno is occasionally used for the winter, and the gender of summer is sometimes changed to a feminine substantive, la state.

    Rural Hours

  • As a culinary term, "primavera" refers to the use of fresh vegetables.

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  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Penne Primavera - Ah the bitter irony of making something titled "primavera" with two solid feet of snow on the ground.

    so the fish said

  • Look, Sam says, and shows me the best-before date on the freeze-dried meal of pasta primavera.

    Ice cold in Alaska

  • I could have eaten for a week off my plate of primavera alone.

    The Bird House

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