[ roh-tis-uh-ree ]
/ roʊˈtɪs ə ri /


a small broiler with a motor-driven spit, for barbecuing fowl, beef, etc.

verb (used with object), ro·tis·ser·ied, ro·tis·ser·i·ing.

to broil on a rotisserie.


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Origin of rotisserie

1865–70; < French: roasting place Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

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British Dictionary definitions for rotisserie

/ (rəʊˈtɪsərɪ) /


a rotating spit on which meat, poultry, etc, can be cooked
a shop or restaurant where meat is roasted to order

Word Origin for rotisserie

C19: from French, from Old French rostir to roast
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