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fines herbes

noun [plural] uk   /ˌfiːnˈeəb/ us    /-ˈzerb/
a mixture of fresh or dried herbs that are used to flavour food
Translations of “fines herbes”
in Chinese (Traditional) (幾種香草混合而成的)調味香菜…
in Chinese (Simplified) (几种香草混合成的)调味香菜…
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