Sachertorte

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

Sachertorte (plural Sachertortes)

  1. Alternative spelling of Sacher torte

Usage notes[edit]

  • According to 'books.google.com' this is the most frequently used spelling, and the one chosen by Wikipedia and BBC among others. On the other hand, many dictionaries favor the separate spelling, and it is also the second most frequent in 'BGC'.

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sacher +‎ Torte (cake), named after Austrian confectioner Franz Sacher (1816–1907), who invented it in 1832.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

Sachertorte f (genitive Sachertorte, plural Sachertorten)

  1. Sacher torte (specific type of chocolate torte)
    Hypernyms: Backware, Gebäck, Kuchen, Lebensmittel, Schokoladentorte, Torte

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