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Oxford dictionary definition of the word soup:
1a liquid dish, typically savoury and made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables etc. in stock or water:
a bowl of tomato soup
2a substance or mixture regarded as resembling soup in appearance or consistency:
the waves and the water beyond have become a thick brown soup
informal the chemicals in which film is developed.
3US informal nitroglycerine or gelignite, especially as used for safe-breaking.
[with object] (soup something up, often as adjective souped-up) informal
increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine:
a souped-up Ford with big rear wheels
[ 1930s, perhaps influenced by super-]
make something more elaborate or impressive:
we had to soup up the show for the new venue
from soup to nuts
North American informal from beginning to end; completely:
I know all about that game from soup to nuts
in the soup
informal in trouble:
I’ve lost the money—I’m in the soup
Middle English: from Old French soupe ‘sop, broth (poured on slices of bread)’, from late Latin suppa, of Germanic origin