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flambé

verb [T] uk   /ˈflɒm.beɪ/ us    /flɑːmˈbeɪ/
to pour alcohol over food and set fire to it during cooking: flambéed pears
flambé
adjective [after noun] uk   us  
steak flambé
Translations of “flambé”
in Chinese (Traditional) (烹飪時)在(食品)上面澆酒點燃…
in Chinese (Simplified) (烹饪时)在(食品)上面浇酒点燃…
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