gratiné

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adjective gra·ti·né \ˌgra-tə-ˈnā, ˌgrä-\
variants: or

gratinée

Definition of gratiné

Origin and Etymology of gratiné

French, from past participle of gratiner to cook au gratin, from gratin


First Known Use: 1931

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