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Translation of "quiche" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

quiche

noun [C or U]     /kiːʃ/
an open pastry case, filled with a mixture of eggs, cream and other savoury (= not sweet) foods, which is baked and eaten hot or cold (以蛋、奶油和鹹味食物做餡的)開口餡餅;法式鹹派 asparagus/broccoli quiche 蘆筍/花椰菜蛋奶派 Pastry and pies
(Definition of quiche from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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