entrecot

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Entrecôte tradicional, i.e. tomado del costillar.

Etymology[edit]

From French entrecôte, compound of entre, from Middle French entre, from Old French entre, from Latin inter ‎(between; among), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁enter ‎(between) and côte, from Middle French coste, from Old French coste, from Latin costa, from Proto-Indo-European *kost-. Compare Danish entrecote, German Entrecote, Norwegian and Swedish entrecôte.

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA(key): /en.tɾe.ˈkot/

Noun[edit]

entrecot m ‎(plural entrecots or entrecotes)

  1. (cooking) entrecôte