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Date: 1700-1800
Language: French
Origin: cĂ´telette, from Old French coste 'rib, side'; influenced by cut

cutlet

noun
     
Related topics: Food
cut‧let [countable]
1DF a small flat piece of meat on a bone:
a lamb cutlet
2

vegetable/nut etc cutlet

British EnglishDFF small pieces of vegetables, nuts etc that are pressed together into a flat piece and cooked

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