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marrons glacés

[ French ma-rawngla-sey ]
/ French maˈrɔ̃ glaˈseɪ /
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plural noun
marrons glazed or coated with sugar, eaten as a confection; candied chestnuts.
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Origin of marrons glacés

Borrowed into English from French around 1870–75
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British Dictionary definitions for marrons glacés

marrons glacés
/ French (marɔ̃ ɡlase) /

pl n
chestnuts cooked in syrup and glazed
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