[ feen erb, urb; French feen zerb ]
/ ˈfin ˈɛrb, ˈɜrb; French fin ˈzɛrb /
plural noun Cookery.
a combination of finely chopped herbs, as parsley, chervil, and chives, used for flavoring soups, sauces, omelets, etc., or as a garnish.
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Origin of fines herbes
1840–50; < French: fine herbs
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/ (French finz ɛrb) /
a mixture of finely chopped herbs, used to flavour omelettes, salads, etc
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