C-board: prepared to take-out (in cardboard). (Cardboard: prepared to be taken away - in a cardboard box -).
CJ Boston: cream cheese and jelly. (Cream of cheese and fruit jelly.
CJ White: cream cheese and jelly on white bread. (CJ Blanc: Cream of cheese and jelly -fruit- […]
C3: “C3” is a type of respiration peculiar to certain plants, involving the formation of carboxylic acids (C3 with 3 carbons […]
Hut: nf A hut is a stone construction intended for the manufacture of cheese in the Causses, in [...]
Rabbit hut: loc. fam. A rabbit shack is a cramped, inexpensive apartment building.
Cabanier: nm A cabanier is a craftsman in the Roquefort cellars.
Cabaret: nm Establishment where a show is presented and where customers can have drinks, dine, dance. […]
Cabaret: A cabaret (word coming from the Dutch kabret meaning "small room") is a modest bar of drinks which, formerly, […]
Cabécou: Cabécou is a cheese generally made from raw goat's milk originating in the regions of the Massif Central such as […]
Cabernet Franc: Cabernet Franc is a black grape variety of Bordeaux origin. It belongs to the family of […]
Cabernet Franc: Cabernet Franc is a red grape variety of Bordeaux origin. It is less colorful and less tannic […]
Cabernet-Sauvignon: Cabernet-sauvignon is a grape variety of Bordeaux origin, one of the noblest, cultivated in France over more than 31 […]
Cabernet Sauvignon: For many, Cabernet Sauvignon is the king of red grape varieties. In Bordeaux, it reaches zero […]
Cabessal: The hare in cabessal is the probable inspiration for the prestigious hare “à la royale” from Poitou, comprising foie gras and […]
Arroz de cabidela Cabidela (Portuguese cuisine): The cabidela (or arroz de cabidela, or cabidela rice) is a Portuguese dish […]
Cod: Cod is a sea fish (Gadidae family) which is none other than fresh cod. Able to measure […]
Private practice: A private practice is a private room, made available to clients who want discretion and privacy […]
Cabombaceae: The Cabombaceae family is a family of primitive angiosperm plants. They are aquatic plants, rhizomatous, with […]
Cocoa pod: nf The pod is the fruit of the cocoa tree. See Cocoa tree. ... You must be a subscriber to read the [...]
Cabot (fish): "Cabot" is the vernacular name of the chub (or chub) which is a species of water fish […]
Cabotte: nf A cabotte (or cabote) is a hut built in stone which, in Burgundy, in the middle of […]
Caboulot: nm (Franche-Comté word meaning "reduced", crossing of a hut, and a "barn" boulo). The caboulot […]
Caboulot: A caboulot is a small suburban or country café, or restaurant of modest appearance, practicing a cuisine of […]
Cabrettu: Cabrettu is a Corsican cheese made from raw milk from milk kid. This cheese […]
Goat: The goat is the kid of the goat. It is also called kid. See Goat and Kid ... You must be [...]
Cabriole: nf (word coming from the Italian capriola, "little goat or kid"). Antics: light leaps, […]
Cabriolet: v. intr .. (word coming from the Italian capriola, "little goat or kid"). "Cabriolet" is to do […]
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Cabus (cabbage): Cabbage (Brassicaceae families - Botanical name: Brassica oleracea var. Capitata), or headed cabbage, is […]