gratin

[ grat-n, graht-; French gra-tan ]
/ ˈgræt n, ˈgrɑt-; French graˈtɛ̃ /

noun

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Origin of gratin

1800–10; < French, Middle French; see grate2
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British Dictionary definitions for gratin

gratin
/ (French ɡratɛ̃) /

adjective

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