A Quick Overview Of How To Say Râpé, Râpée
'Râpé, râpée' *(adj) is French for 'grated'. The second 'e' on 'râpée' indicates the feminine gender, and has no effect on pronunciation. The plural forms (râpés, râpées) are pronounced identically to the singular. The circumflex accent on the 'â' has no effect on pronunciation - it simply indicates that the 'a' was historically followed by an 's'. Think of the English word 'rasp', and it will make perfect sense.
- fromage râpé - grated cheese (fromage is masculine singular)
- carottes râpées - grated carrots (carottes is feminine plural)