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flambé

  
a       adj   flam(b)eado
b       vt   flam(b)ear
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See also:

flame, flammable, flab, fame

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
vt.
flambear
adj.
flambeado
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"flambé": examples and translations in context
Not many people know that the Tennessee flambé was actually invented by... Poca gente sabe que el Flambé Tennessee fue inventado por...
Add the fennel seeds and flambé with the cognac. Añadir las semillas de hinojo y flambé con el coñac.
He was so happy about the breakfast he made this morning, he decided to do little turpentine flambé. El estaba tan contento sobre el desayuno que preparo está mañana que decidió hacer un poco de trementina flambeada.
And the Rico Tico Jungle Grill, famous for it's Banana Flambé fire show, canopied dining area, and poolside service. Y el Rico Tico Selva Grill, famoso por su espectáculo de plátano Flambeada chimenea, comedor con dosel, y el servicio junto a la piscina.
Tonight is the seven-course dinner with the seven-layer parfait flambé! ¡Esta noche es la cena de siete platos con el parfait flambé de siete capas!
I could use a banana flambé. De una banana flambé.
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