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flannoun [C]

uk   us   /flæn/
UK a case of pastry or cake without a top, containing fruit or something savoury (= not sweet) such as cheese: a cheese and onion flan a pear flan a flan dish US a sweet, soft food made from milk, eggs, and sugar
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