Meaning of “brioche” in the English Dictionary


"brioche" in English

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briochenoun [ C or U ]

uk /ˈbri.ɒʃ/ us /ˈbri.ɑːʃ/

Examples from literature

  • And I have brought some brioches. 
  • One French bakery prepares the brioches in loaf form and when cold it is cut in slices and steeped in orange syrup. 
  • Prepare a dough as for a brioche and when ready for the pans turn on a molding board. 
  • Prepare the dough as for brioche, adding one cupful of finely shredded almonds when ready to mould for the pan. 
  • The actual preparation of the brioche involves very little trouble and can be made from bread dough on baking day. 

(Definition of “brioche” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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