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A Quick Overview Of Flamber, Flambé
'Flamber, flambé' is a French word meaning 'to flame' and 'flamed'. You 'flamber' food to burn off extra alchohol, and for dramatic effect when it is served.
- 'flamber' is a verb which means 'to flame';
- 'flambé, flambée' are adjectives which describe a dish which is flamed. If the word describes a feminine noun, you add an extra 'e' at the end, and if the noun is plural, you add an 's' to the correct form of the word. None of these grammatical changes make any difference to the pronunciation of the word.
You pronounce the adjective and the verb in the same way.
- flamber, flambé