What is "sugo, sughi"?
‘Sugo’ *(m) is Italian for ‘juice’, or ‘sauce’, for instance ‘sugo di arance‘ is orange juice, but is more usual for fruit juice to be referred to as ‘succo‘. The plural is ‘sughi’.
‘Sugo’ can also refer to meat-juices, or gravy. Here the term is ‘sugo di cottura della carne‘. ‘Sugo’ can also mean sauce, and is used in the following ways. See also ‘salsa‘ – another Italian word for sauce. It seems that ‘salsa’ is used more often with cold and vegetarian sauces, but this is not a definite distinction.
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