omelette Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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omelettenoun [C]

(US also omelet) uk   /ˈɒm.lət/  us   /ˈɑː.mə.lət/
A2 a ​dish made by ​mixingeggs together and ​frying them, often with ​smallpieces of other ​food such as ​cheese or ​vegetables: a ​cheese/​mushroom omelette
More examples
  • To make an omelette you must first ​beat the ​eggs.
  • I'll have a omelette with ​fries on the ​side, ​please.
  • I ​think I've just about got enough ​time to ​whip up an omelette.
(Definition of omelette from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “omelette”
in Korean 오믈렛…
in Arabic أومليت…
in Malaysian omelet…
in French omelette…
in Russian омлет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煎雞蛋,煎蛋餅,攤雞蛋…
in Italian omelette, frittata…
in Turkish omlet…
in Polish omlet…
in Spanish tortilla…
in Vietnamese trứng tráng…
in Portuguese omelete…
in Thai ไข่เจียว…
in German das Omlett…
in Catalan truita…
in Japanese オムレツ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煎鸡蛋,煎蛋饼,摊鸡蛋…
in Indonesian telur dadar…
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