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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
onion /ˈʌnjən/ n
Etymology: 14th Century: via Anglo-Norman from Old French oignon, from Latin unio onion, related to unionˈoniony adj
- an alliaceous plant, Allium cepa, having greenish-white flowers: cultivated for its rounded edible bulb
- the bulb of this plant, consisting of concentric layers of white succulent leaf bases with a pungent odour and taste
- know one's onions ⇒ Brit slang to be fully acquainted with a subject