[ bom, bomb; French bawnb ]
/ bɒm, bɒmb; French bɔ̃b /
noun, plural bombes [bomz, bombz; French bawnb]. /bɒmz, bɒmbz; French bɔ̃b/.
a round or melon-shaped frozen mold made from a combination of ice creams, mousses, or ices.
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Origin of bombe
1890–95; <French: literally, bomb, from its shape
Definition for bombe (2 of 2)
[ bom-bey; French bawn-bey ]
/ bɒmˈbeɪ; French bɔ̃ˈbeɪ /
curving or swelling outward.
Compare swell front.
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British Dictionary definitions for bombe (1 of 2)
/ (bɒmb) /
Also called: bombe glacée a dessert of ice cream lined or filled with custard, cake crumbs, etc
a mould shaped like a bomb in which this dessert is made
Word Origin for bombe
C19: from French, literally: bomb; from its rounded shape
British Dictionary definitions for bombe (2 of 2)
/ (bɒmˈbeɪ, French bɔ̃be) /
(of furniture) having a projecting swollen shape
Word Origin for bombé
French, literally: bomb-shaped, from bombe bomb
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