table d'hôte

[ tah-buhl doht, tab-uhl; French tabluh-doht ]
/ ˈtɑ bəl ˈdoʊt, ˈtæb əl; French tabləˈdoʊt /
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noun, plural ta·bles d'hôte [tah-buhlz doht, tab-uhlz; French tabluh-doht]. /ˈtɑ bəlz ˈdoʊt, ˈtæb əlz; French tabləˈdoʊt/.
a meal of preselected courses served at a fixed time and price to the guests at a hotel or restaurant.
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Origin of table d'hôte

1610–20; <French: literally, the host's table
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British Dictionary definitions for table d'hôte

table d'hôte
/ (ˈtɑːbəl ˈdəʊt, French tablə dot) /

(of a meal) consisting of a set number of courses with limited choice of dishes offered at a fixed priceCompare à la carte, prix fixe
noun plural tables d'hôte (ˈtɑːbəlz ˈdəʊt, French tablə dot)
a table d'hôte meal or menu

Word Origin for table d'hôte

C17: from French, literally: the host's table
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