Definition of Oxo in English:

Oxo

noun

mass nountrademark in UK
  • A form of beef extract sold as cubes that are dissolved in water to make stock.

    as modifier ‘Oxo cubes’
    • ‘Stir in the red wine, tomatoes, sugar and the Oxo cube dissolved in water.’
    • ‘Best known in Britain are Bovril (a thick, syrupy dark brown substance), and Oxo (the crumbly 'stock cube'); both were originally intended for dilution as drinks.’
    • ‘He would make great cheese on toast and add oxo and other things.’
    • ‘Add some London Oxo to your meal.’

Origin

Late 19th century: from ox + -o.

Pronunciation

Oxo

/ˈɒksəʊ/