from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A brilliant display of virtuosity in which the dancer's legs open and close rapidly while in the air, with the illusion of striking together and rebounding. Also known as battu.
- n. The percussion section of an orchestra or band, the battery; marching instruments in a drumline, as opposed to the pit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A roll upon the side- or snaredrum.
- n. A method of playing the guitar by striking the strings instead of plucking them.
- n. An obsolete designation for a staccato arpeggiation of the chords of an accompaniment. Compare Alberti bass (under bass) and arpeggio.
Charles had set up what you might call his batterie de cheveux in a bathroom.
Most serious home cooks have this in common: A batterie de cuisine French for pots and pans that includes at least one All-Clad item.
A few faux-amis that come to mind: une camera - only a movie camera; a "regular" camera is "un appareil de photo" une batterie - only a car battery; regular batteries are "piles."
Among the batterie de cuisine needed by intrepid cooks is a Cryovac machine for vacuum-sealing food, an immersion circulator for cooking sous-vide ("under vacuum") and a liquid-nitrogen cartridge for freezing things fast (such as milk, to be crunched up for "snow").
* I have no idea if Greenfield is English, but this is what worked for me batterie ordinateur portable says, Exile On Main St. is a murky, muddy, brilliant album.
I ducked taped it down and kept on using her until she met her death by faulty batterie that would no longer hold charge.
And what should go in a frugal person's batterie de cuisine?
Big, heavy, faster discharging batterie will be rented for less.
Which option would make it easier for the flash thus enabeling shorter recycling and longer batterie life?
Celebrity chef cookbooks, she complains, all expect you to have a traditional butcher on hand, ready access to expensive and hard-to-find ingredients, a full batterie de cuisine, and the skills of…well, Gordon Ramsay.
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