[ mˈasɪdˌɔ͡ɪn], [ mˈasɪdˌɔɪn], [ m_ˈa_s_ɪ_d_ˌɔɪ_n]
Related words: marocaine, marocaide, mixte, macedoine de lÃƒÂ©gumes, jardiniÃƒÂ¨re, ratatouille, tournedos
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How to use "Macedoine" in context?
Macedoine, also known as macedonian tobacco and simply tobacco, is a tobacco product made from tobacco leaves, either cured or uncured, that are either air-cured or sun-cured. It is a strong-tasting, air-cured tobacco used in cigars. Macedoine can also be used as brand name for a number of other tobacco products.
Homophones for Macedoine:
- muscadine, Meiji Tenno, macadam, mujahedin, macedon, Monozygous Twin, mussitation, megaton, mujahadeen, moisten, mangosteen, moukden, mujahideen, mosstone, magadhan, moonstone, mujahadein, mujahedeen, minnesotan, myxedema, meniscectomy, misdemean, myxoedema, maxostoma, mistime, mycostatin, mujahadin, minimisation, Moshe Dayan, macadamia, myasthenia, mastodon, macedonia, mujahidin, macedonian, minimization, misquotation, mukden, mass action.
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