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à l'anglaise

[ ah lahng-gleyz, -glez; French a lahn-glez ]
/ ˈɑ lɑŋˈgleɪz, -ˈglɛz; French a lɑ̃ˈglɛz /
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adjective

(italics)French. in the English manner or style.
French Cooking. boiled in water or white stock: chicken à l'anglaise; vegetables à l'anglaise.

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Origin of à l'anglaise

From French
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