prepared with or containing tomatoes, mushrooms, herbs, and other seasonings: chicken cacciatore.
- Also cac·cia·to·ra [kah-chuh-tawr-uh, -tohr-uh]. /ˌkɑ tʃəˈtɔr ə, -ˈtoʊr ə/.
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How to use cacciatore in a sentence
He wrote down several others he found on the bill of fare, such as “cacciatore.”
Luckily I found Dr. Joanne cacciatore and her organization MISS.Daily Beast Readers React to YouTube Stillborn Baby Memorials | Brandy Zadrozny | November 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Posting them to YouTube is a new—and unusual—normal, and one that “we may have created ourselves,” cacciatore says.Parents of Stillborn Babies Post Hundreds of Memorials to YouTube | Brandy Zadrozny | November 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“These babies, much loved and wanted, have been historically marginalized,” cacciatore says.Parents of Stillborn Babies Post Hundreds of Memorials to YouTube | Brandy Zadrozny | November 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Il cacciatore has been in the wineshop since sunrise, in colossal shooting-boots with cartridge-belt round his waist.
The day has been a hot one, Il cacciatore has fired some hundred shots in different directions.
This is the old cacciatore seismometer which has been long employed in Italy.The Eruption of Vesuvius in 1872 | Luigi Palmieri
About ten o'clock appear Il cacciatore's two dogs, mother and son.
British Dictionary definitions for cacciatore
(immediately postpositive) prepared with tomatoes, mushrooms, herbs, and other seasonings
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