printanier

[ French pran-ta-nyey ]
/ French prɛ̃ taˈnyeɪ /

adjective

(of food) prepared or garnished with mixed fresh vegetables.

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Also prin·ta·nière [French pran-ta-nyer] /French prɛ̃ taˈnyɛr/.

Origin of printanier

1860–65; < French: literally, of spring, Middle French, equivalent to Old French prin(s)tan(s) spring (< Latin prīmum tempus literally, first season; see prime, temporal1) + -ier -ier2
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