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  • Chasse

    [sha-sey or, esp. in square dancing, sa-shey] /ʃæˈseɪ or, esp. in square dancing, sæˈʃeɪ/ Dance. noun 1. a gliding step in which one foot is kept in advance of the other. verb (used without object), chasséd, chasséing. 2. to execute a chassé. /ˈʃæseɪ/ noun 1. one of a series of gliding steps in ballet in […]

  • Chasse-gardee

    [shas gar-dey] /ʃas garˈdeɪ/ noun, plural chasses gardées [shas gar-dey] /ʃas garˈdeɪ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a private hunting preserve. 2. private grounds.



  • Chassepot

    [shas-poh; French shas-poh] /ˈʃæs poʊ; French ʃasˈpoʊ/ noun, plural chassepots [shas-pohz; French shas-poh] /ˈʃæs poʊz; French ʃasˈpoʊ/ (Show IPA) 1. a breechloading rifle, closed with a sliding bolt, introduced into the French army after 1866. /ˈʃæspəʊ; French ʃaspo/ noun 1. a breech-loading bolt-action rifle formerly used by the French Army n. bolt-action breechloading rifle used […]

  • Chasseur

    [sha-sur; French sha-sœr] /ʃæˈsɜr; French ʃaˈsœr/ noun, plural chasseurs [sha-surz; French sha-sœr] /ʃæˈsɜrz; French ʃaˈsœr/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the French army) one of a body of cavalry or infantry troops equipped and trained for rapid movement. 2. a uniformed footman or attendant; liveried servant. 3. a hunter. 4. Also called hunter’s sauce. French Cookery. […]



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