American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Stuffed, especially with finely ground meat: mushrooms farci.
- French, past participle of farcir, to stuff, from Old French, from Latin farcīre. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In fact, every year he asks if I'm going to make the same 'farci”
“Ci auguriamo che ti piace, si prega di non farci sapere la vostra thoughts. rnTurn i diffusori, e godetevi.”
“I'd leave the gigot farci en croute for another time, and stick to dishes you can easily figure out.”
“The Julie/Julia Project was an entry-by-entry accounting of her offsetting her workaday life by cooking her way through Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume 1, which is comprised of 500+ often idiosyncratic recipes like poulet poele a l'estragon (page 249), veau sylvie (page 357), and jambon farci et braise (page 394).”
“Snow crab farci, tomato consommé, angel hair pasta and mizuna”
“Actually if I had to guess, Iâ€ ™ d say you are a foriegner, most likely Arabic speaking, possibly farci, and you are using Babelfish to translate your comments into english.”
“Non so cosa farci, ancora, ma intanto potete aggregarvi…”
“Verb Conjugation: je farcis, tu farcis, il/elle farcit, nous farcissons, vous farcissez, ils/elles farcissent (past participle: farci)”
“Related Terms & Expressions: la farce = stuffing une farce = a prank, practical joke un farceur, une farceuse = a practical joker farceur, farceuse (adjective) = mischievous tomates farcies = stuffed tomatoes farci de fautes = littered with mistakes se farcir quelqu'un = to put up with someone avoir la tête farcie = to have had enough (of another's shenanigans, of one's own problems) Ex.: J'ai la tête farcie!”
“This course passed, other plates are put before the guest, and some chicken _croquettes_ or lobster _farci_ is passed.”
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