truffière

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French truffière, from truffe (truffle) +‎ -ière.

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Noun[edit]

truffière (plural truffières)

  1. A plot of land cultivated to produce truffles.
    • 2005, Gareth Renowden, The Truffle Book:
      As a result, interest developed quickly, and there are now at least 30 growers and more than 180 hectares of truffières in Tasmania, plus two more schemes of 30 hectares in the planning stages.
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French[edit]

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Noun[edit]

truffière f (plural truffières)

  1. truffière