croque-monsieur

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Etymology[edit]

French croque-monsieur, from croquer (to crunch) + monsieur (mister)

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Noun[edit]

croque-monsieur (plural croque-monsieurs)

  1. (food) A hot grilled ham and cheese sandwich, originating from France.

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French[edit]

a croque-monsieur on the grill

Etymology[edit]

croquer (to crunch) +‎ monsieur (gentleman)

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Noun[edit]

croque-monsieur m (plural croque-monsieurs)

  1. (food) croque-monsieur

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