One of these words is a noun. The other one is a verb. Can you guess which is which?
MARINADE /ˌmerəˈnād/ is a noun pertaining to "a savory usually acidic sauce in which meat, fish, or a vegetable is soaked to enrich its flavor or to tenderize it."
MARINATE /,merəˌnāt/ is a transitive verb pertaining to the act of putting "meat or fish in a sauce for a period of time to add flavor or to make the meat or fish more tender."
Check out these websites for marinade recipes you can try: