Ketchup (noun)

A cold sauce made from tomatoes and other ingredients, typically vinegar, sugar, and spices, and used as a condiment, especially with meat or fish.

Origin:

Mid 18th century: from chinese (cantonese dialect) k"ē chap, literally "pickled fish sauce".

Examples:

  1. He put ketchup on his fries.
  2. She put ketchup on her hot dog.
  3. I put ketchup on my burger.
  4. We put ketchup on our sandwiches.
  5. You put ketchup on your eggs.
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