What is the meaning of
(countable noun) This is a French word that is commonly used in English. It means the main course of a meal.
There is an accent over the 2nd e, but because English does not use accents, this is frequently (incorrectly) omitted in English. (Another reason for this is that English keyboards do not have accents on them.)
1. I love that restaurant, but I find it expensive. The entrees start at around $50/plate.
2. You get a lot of extras with your entree at this restaurant. It comes with your choice of potato – baked or mashed, or rice, and two vegetables.
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