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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
omeletteome‧lette (also omelet American English) /ˈɒmlət $ ˈɑːm-/ noun [countable]  1 DFFeggs mixed together and cooked in hot fat, sometimes with other foods added a cheese omelette2 you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs
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omeletteFor the less adventurous there are always omelettes or chips.I ate rolls and an omelette and washed them down with coffee.If I make an omelette of your eggs or a statue out of your block of marble, that is conversion.Crawfish omelette Cajun omelettes are more like scrambled eggs.We ate a pair of greasy omelettes at a restaurant overlooking the water, then drove around the edge of the lake.Suppose that the goal is a mushroom omelette.Cramped wooden benches, a friendly welcome for regulars and improbably large plates of home-made pies, omelettes, grills and chips.
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