|How Do You Say "entrée, entrées"?||
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|What is "entrée, entrées"?||
In traditional French cuisine, and in France today, ‘Les Entrées’ refers to the first main course on the menu, which comes after starters, the soup course, and the fish course. Nowadays it is common for an ‘entrée’ to be the main course in many English speaking countries. ‘Entrée’ means ‘entrance’ – the meaning of the word has become somewhat distorted in English.
Note that the singular and plural forms of the French word are pronounced identically.
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