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guac (uncountable)

  1. (informal) Clipping of guacamole.
    • 2011, Elise Allen, Populazzi, Harcourt (2011), →ISBN, page 347:
      “Ooh, are you filling those?” Eddie nodded to the pretzel bowls in my hand. “'Cause we're almost out of chips and guac here, too.”
    • 2012, Jon Bonnell, Jon Bonnell's Texas Favorites, Gibbs Smith (2012), →ISBN, page 22:
      The key to making good guac (as it's often called in Texas) is the proper balance of acidity, salt and spice.
    • 2012, Brian L. Patton, The Sexy Vegan Cookbook: Extraordinary Food from an Ordinary Dude, New World Library (2012), →ISBN, page 183:
      You can extend the life of your guac by transferring leftovers to an airtight container.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:guac.