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prix fixe

[ pree -fiks; French pree -feeks ]
/ ˈpri ˈfɪks; French pri ˈfiks /
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noun, plural prix fixes [pree -fiks; French pree -feeks]. /ˈpri ˈfɪks; French pri ˈfiks/.

a fixed price charged for any meal chosen from the variety listed on the menu.

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Origin of prix fixe

Borrowed into English from French around 1880–85

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH prix fixe

prix fixe , prefix
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British Dictionary definitions for prix fixe

prix fixe
/ (French pri fiks) /

noun plural prix fixes (fiks)

a fixed price charged for one of a set number of meals offered on a menuCompare à la carte, table d'hôte
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