- large deep serving dish with a cover
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Circular or oval, deep, covered bowl of porcelain, pottery, silver or silver plate, made from the early 18thC for serving soup, sauce, vegetables or stew. Sauce tureens are smaller, plainer versions.
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large deep serving dish with a cover; for serving soups and stews
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• (n.) A large, deep vessel for holding soup, or other liquid food, at the table.
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covered container, sometimes made to rest on a stand or dish, from which liquids, generally soup or sauce, are served at table. The earliest silver ...
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tureen 1. A large deep serving dish with a cover; for serving soups and stews from earlier terrene. 2. About 1706, from French terrine 'earthen vessel', from Old French therine (1412), from terrin (adj) 'earthen', from Gallo-Romance terrinus, from Latin terrenus 'of the earth'. The spelling with u may be an everyday equivalent to e before r and is
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A tureen is a serving dish for foods such as soups or stews, often shaped as a broad, deep, oval vessel with fixed handles and a low domed cover with a knob or handle. Over the centuries, tureens have appeared in many different forms, some round, rectangular, or made into fanciful shapes such as animals or wildfowl. Tureens may be ceramic—either
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Tureen can refer to: ...
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