crème fraîche

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crème fraîche

 (krĕm′ frĕsh′)
n.
Heavy cream that has been thickened by fermentation with bacteria that produce lactic acid, used as a topping or an ingredient in sauces.

[French : crème, cream + fraîche, fresh.]
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crème fraîche

(ˈkrɛm ˈfrɛʃ)
n
(Cookery) thickened and slightly fermented cream
[French, literally: fresh cream]
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crème fraîche

Matured, lightly fermented cream which has not been allowed to go sour.
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Translations

crème fraiche

[ˌkrɛmˈfrɛʃ] ncrème f fraîche
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