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réchauffé

noun ·chauf· \ˌrā-shō-ˈfā, -ˈshō-ˌ\

Definition of RÉCHAUFFÉ

1
:  rehash
2
:  a warmed-over dish of food

Origin of RÉCHAUFFÉ

French, from réchauffé warmed-over, from past participle of réchauffer to warm over, from ré- re- + chauffer to warm, from Middle French chaufer — more at chafe
First Known Use: 1805

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