appetizer, appetiser

noun ((especially American) something eaten or drunk before or at the beginning of a meal in order to increase the appetite: They ate smoked salmon as an appetizer.) iştah açan şey, meze, aperitif

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  • appetiser — (Brit.) n. small portion of food which is served before the main meal to stimulate the appetite; hors d oeuvre, light food served as an appetizer before a meal (also appetizer) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • appetizer — (Amer.) ap·pe·tiz·er || æpɪtaɪzÉ™ n. small portion of food which is served before the main meal to stimulate the appetite; hors d oeuvre, light food served as an appetizer before a meal (also appetiser) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • appetizer — (also appetiser) ► NOUN ▪ a small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite …   English terms dictionary

  • appetizer — [[t]æ̱pɪtaɪzə(r)[/t]] appetizers N COUNT An appetizer is the first course of a meal. It consists of a small amount of food. Seafood soup is a good appetizer. (in BRIT, also use appetiser) …   English dictionary

  • appetiser — British variant of appetizer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • appetizer — ap|pe|tiz|er also appetiser BrE [ˈæpıtaızə US ər] n a small dish that you eat at the beginning of a meal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • appetiser — ap|pe|tis|er [ æpə,taızər ] a British spelling of appetizer …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • appetizer — or appetiser noun a small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite …   English new terms dictionary

  • appetizer — also appetiser BrE noun (C) a small dish at the beginning of a meal …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • appetiser — UK [ˈæpəˌtaɪzə(r)] / US [ˈæpəˌtaɪzər] a British spelling of appetizer …   English dictionary

  • appetiser — /ˈæpətaɪzə / (say apuhtuyzuh) noun a food or drink that stimulates the desire for food. Also, appetizer …   Australian English dictionary

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