Definition of ficelle in English:

ficelle

Syllabification: fi·celle
Pronunciation: /fēˈsel
 
/

noun

  • A small, very thin loaf of French bread.
    More example sentences
    • Use one ficelle (a thin baguette) - alternatively, use a regular baguette or slices of Italian bread.
    • And now, just a few days ago, on a visit to the recently reborn Elements café at Lyall Bay, I enjoyed a chewy, flour-dusted ficelle, filled with baby spinach leaves, sliced tomatoes, a trickle of mayonnaise and slices of mild soft cheese.

Origin

French 'twine, string'.

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