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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
patepate /peɪt/ noun [countable] old use  DCBthe top of your head his bald pate
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pateOriginally a pate was a meat mixture baked in a pastry crust.Princes has introduced a new veggie range of spreads and pates.Bald pates glowed; eyeglasses glistened.A good pate should contain at least one-third fat; otherwise it tends to be dry and tough.His pate was bald, encircled by a monk-like fringe of hair.The problem is that religion delivered as a sound bite is sort of like pate from a drive-through window.There were crisp fresh rolls, smoked fish and swimming olives, two kinds of pate and chilled Sancerre.The eyes had sunken in and the skull was showing through the thinning hair of the pate.
Related topics: Food, dish
pâtépâ‧té /ˈpæteɪ $ pɑːˈteɪ, pæ-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  pate.jpg DFFa soft food made from meat or fish, that you can spread on bread
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