Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See gallet.
  • n. A book-name of the foussa, Cryptoprocta ferox, a feline quadruped of Madagascar. Cuvier. See Cryptoprocta.

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Examples

  • The first course consists of the rich broth, accompanied by a special kind of pasta called galet , which looks like large macaroni.

    Catalonia

  • Stefano Buonamici for The New York Times The galet is a macaroni commonly found in broth at Christmas.

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  • Trip over a giant galet or two as you make your way over to the grapes.

    Harvest

  • Daughter got her lip cut by a dog that jumped up on her and son got his face in the way of a galet de plage thrown by his sister.

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  • This was the galet, a typical macaroni eaten at Christmastime with a meat broth.

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  • Passepartout: första bilden är galet söt. paul: lovely and 70 degrees by the beach in santa monica …. sorry …. .bu t it is, ... mia: I have been following your blog for some time now, but never leaved a comment before.

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  • I sat there kinda watching although wala naman akong nakita dahil sobra ang hiya at galet ko.

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  • HAHAHAAHA an sagwa mo kasing tingnan pag galet ka! bwahahaah!

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  • = there you go! le galet = stone le pied de vigne = vine stock le mistral = a powerful, cold, northern wind le rein = lower back mon Dieu = my God en gobelet = vines that are low to the ground, untrained, shaped like a gobelet c'est la vendange = it's harvest time la mauvaise herbe = weed ne soyez pas si prude = don't be such a prude illico presto!

    Harvest

  • *References: un pape (m) = a pope; un galet (m) = a pebble; les retrouvailles (nfpl) = the reunion; sécateur (m) = pruning shears; un seau (m) = a pail, bucket; sain (adj) = healthy; la pourriture (f) = rot; le fouloir = the grape crusher; une cuve (f) = the tank; chef d'équipe = man in charge of the workers; le repas (m) = meal; les rangs (m) = rows (of vines)

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