Definition of French stick in English:

French stick

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noun

A French loaf.
More example sentences
  • I guess if I was to estimate what it cost to feed my four I would say around about £7.00, including a nice French stick.
  • It's a thin, Italian equivalent of small French sticks, made with olive oil.
  • I stood there guiltily, knowing I had deprived the rest of the ex-pat community of a great culinary moment to be shared with a lump of cheddar, pickled onion and a French stick.

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