Definition of tomme in English:

tomme

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Pronunciation: /tɒm
 
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noun (plural pronunc. same)

[mass noun]
  • A cheese made in Savoy.
    More example sentences
    • Its delicate but full flavour, earthy and herbal, similar to a French or Swiss tomme, is a result of the humid, salty, windy atmosphere of West Cork.
    • It profits from a regional label since 1978 for the fatty tomme and 1989 for the thin tomme.
    • Nowadays in any grocery store in France, you can get some really forgettable industrial tommes with catchy names implying they come from Savoie.

Origin

French.

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