[ kreyp; for 2 also krep or, French, krep ]
/ kreɪp; for 2 also krɛp or, French, krɛp /
noun, plural crêpes [kreyps; for 2 also kreps or, French, krep] /kreɪps; for 2 also krɛps or, French, krɛp/.
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Origin of crêpe
From French; see origin at crepe
Words nearby crêpe
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British Dictionary definitions for crêpe
/ (kreɪp) /
(tr) to cover or drape with crepe
Word Origin for crepe
C19: from French crêpe, from Latin crispus curled, uneven, wrinkled
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