entree

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See also: entre, Entree, entrée, and Entrée

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entree (plural entrees)

  1. Alternative form of entrée

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French entrée.

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  • (file)

Noun[edit]

entree f (plural entrees, diminutive entreetje n)

  1. the entry to a house, i.e. the room beyond the front door, from which doors to other rooms will typically open.
  2. the right of entrance to a building or land where there is no general right of entrance.
  3. (dining) (formerly) a savoury served after the fish course and before the main course; (now usually) the starter or the main course itself.

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  • Indonesian: entre

Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old French entree, antree.

Noun[edit]

entree f (plural entrees)

  1. entrance

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