raclette

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French raclette, the diminutive form of racler

Noun[edit]

raclette ‎(plural raclettes)

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  1. A dish, of Swiss origin, similar to a fondue, consisting of melted cheese traditionally served on boiled potatoes and accompanied with pickles.
  2. A firm cheese suitable for use in this dish.

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

raclette

  1. raclette (dish)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of raclette (Kotus type 8/nalle, no gradation)
nominative raclette raclettet
genitive racletten raclettejen
partitive raclettea racletteja
illative racletteen racletteihin
singular plural
nominative raclette raclettet
accusative nom.? raclette raclettet
gen. racletten
genitive racletten raclettejen
racletteinrare
partitive raclettea racletteja
inessive raclettessa racletteissa
elative raclettesta racletteista
illative racletteen racletteihin
adessive raclettella racletteilla
ablative raclettelta racletteilta
allative raclettelleˣ racletteilleˣ
essive raclettena racletteina
translative racletteksi racletteiksi
instructive raclettein
abessive raclettetta racletteitta
comitative racletteineen

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French[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From racler +‎ -ette.

Noun[edit]

raclette f ‎(plural raclettes)

  1. raclette (dish)

Noun[edit]

raclette m ‎(plural raclettes)

  1. raclette (cheese)

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