noun pail·lard \pī-ˈyär, pā-ˈyär\

Definition of PAILLARD

:  a piece of beef or veal usually pounded thin and grilled

Origin of PAILLARD

French paillarde, from Paillard, late 19th century French restaurateur
First Known Use: 1972


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