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plat du jour

noun \ˌplä-də-ˈzhu̇r, ˌpla-\

Definition of plat du jour


plats du jour

  1. :  a dish that is featured by a restaurant on a particular day

Origin and Etymology of plat du jour

French, literally, plate of the day

First Known Use: 1906

Rhymes with plat du jour

amateur, aperture, armature, blackamoor, carrefour, carte du jour, coinsure, commissure, confiture, connoisseur, coverture, curvature, cynosure, embouchure, epicure, filature, forfeiture, garniture, geniture, green-manure, haute couture, immature, insecure, ligature, manicure, overture, paramour, pedicure, portraiture, prelature, premature, quadrature, reassure, Reaumur, reinsure, saboteur, sepulture, sequitur, signature, simon-pure, sinecure, soup du jour, tablature, temperature, to be sure, troubadour, white amur, Yom Kippur

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a block used as a base for a statue

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