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olive oil

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"Olive oil" is a noun phrase in English. Derived from olives (the fruit of the Olive tree), 'oil' refers to the liquid fat extracted typically used for cooking, cosmetics, and soaps. Etymologically, 'Olive' comes from the Latin 'oliva' and 'Oil' from the Old French 'oile'. It's a compound noun.
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olive

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"Olive" is a noun originating from Latin "oliva". In English, it refers to a small oval fruit with a hard pit and bitter flesh, typically green when unripe and black when ripe, used as food and for making oil. It's also a color resembling that of a green olive. Metaphorically, "extending an olive branch" means making peace or ending conflict.
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