Definition of navarin in English:

navarin

Line breaks: nav|arin
Pronunciation: /ˈnav(ə)rɪn
 
, -rã/

noun

  • A casserole of lamb or mutton with vegetables.
    More example sentences
    • ‘You can get soup and a lovely navarin of lamb, or lamb stew and parsley dumplings,’ explains Ramsay.
    • The initiative, which has costs millions, has brought menus which include couscous, olive oil mash and navarin of lamb to a new audience, but has achieved mixed success.
    • Couscous, olive oil mash and navarin of lamb are among the offerings to be made available on hospital wards.

Origin

French.

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