Hay 3 definiciones de pate en inglés:

pate

Silabificación: pate

sustantivo

archaic or • humorous
  • A person’s head: he scratched his balding pate
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    • In a survey of female students at UW, an overwhelming 92 per cent preferred a shaved head to a balding pate.
    • He didn't want to have to deal with this now, but he had to, as a father, or even worse, as a spouse, so he scratched his balding pate and made his way upstairs wearily.
    • Where once there were balding pates, Farah slacks and a few stiff upper lips, now there are highlights, designer gear and a whole lot of attitude.

Origen

Middle English: of unknown origin.

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Palabra del día grotesquerie
Pronunciación: grəʊˈtɛskəri
noun
grotesque quality or grotesque things collectively

Hay 3 definiciones de pate en inglés:

pâte

Silabificación: pâte

sustantivo

  • The paste of which porcelain is made.

Origen

mid 19th century: French, literally 'paste'.

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pâté

Silabificación: pâ·té
Pronunciación: /päˈtā
 
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sustantivo

  • A rich, savory paste made from finely minced or mashed ingredients, typically seasoned meat or fish.
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    • The boards in question offered such starters as scallops wrapped in pancetta, black pudding and bacon salad, duck-liver pâté, moules marinières, two home-made soups and a few other things, all under a fiver.
    • A gentle, embracing sweetness is baked into Bubba's chicken with chicken-liver pâté and mashed potatoes.
    • I tried Parma ham, figs, prosciutto and pâté in the late Thirties, things the average family wouldn't taste until 30 years later.

Origen

French, from Old French paste 'pie of seasoned meat'.

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