croûte

See also: croute, crouté, and croûté

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French crouste, from Old French croste, cruste, from Latin crusta (hard outer covering), from Proto-Indo-European *krustós (hardened), from *krews- (to form a crust, begin to freeze)

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croûte f (plural croûtes)

  1. crust (of e.g. bread)
  2. (geology) crust
  3. scab

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