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Grand Marnier

Syllabification: Grand Mar·nier
Pronunciation: /ˌɡrän märnˈyā
 
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Definition of Grand Marnier in English:

noun

trademark
An orange-flavored cognac-based liqueur.
Example sentences
  • To round out the evening was a plate with goat cheese with a vinaigrette of oregano flowers, onion flowers and pepper, and then finally a Grand Marnier cream with orange flowers, coffee/tea and pralines.
  • Mr Tudor had the roast duckling a l' orange with bread stuffing and a Grand Marnier orange sauce for €22.50.
  • ‘In a Margarita, people want Grand Marnier,’ says Bleu's Amar.

Origin

French.

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