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réchauffé

Syllabification: ré·chauf·fé
Pronunciation: /ˌrāˌSHōˈfā, -ˈSHōˌfā
 
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Definition of réchauffé in English:

noun

A dish of warmed-up food left over from a previous meal.
Example sentences
  • A few capers in the sauce will give piquancy to the réchauffé.
  • Cook any raw ingredients which are to be added to the réchauffé.

Origin

French, literally 'reheated', past participle of réchauffer.

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