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pâté de foie gras

[ pah-teyduh-fwah grah, pa-tey; French pah-tey duhfwa grah ]
/ pɑˈteɪ də ˌfwɑ ˈgrɑ, pæˈteɪ; French pɑ teɪ dəfwa ˈgrɑ /
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noun, plural pâ·tés de foie gras [pah-teyzduh-fwah grah, pa-teyz; French pah tey duhfwa grah]. /pɑˈteɪz də ˌfwɑ ˈgrɑ, pæˈteɪz; French pɑ teɪ dəfwa ˈgrɑ/.
See under foie gras.
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Origin of pâté de foie gras

1820–30; <French: goose-liver pâté

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British Dictionary definitions for pâté de foie gras

pâté de foie gras
/ (pɑte də fwa ɡrɑ) /

noun plural pâtés de foie gras (pɑte də fwa ɡrɑ)
a smooth rich paste made from the liver of a specially fattened goose, considered a great delicacy

Word Origin for pâté de foie gras

French: pâté of fat liver
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