noun, plural choux
[shooz for 1;shoo for 2] /ʃuz for 1;ʃu for 2/ (Show IPA)
a cabbage-shaped decoration, as a rosette or knot on a woman’s dress, hat, etc.
noun (pl) choux (ʃuː)
a type of cabbage
a round cream bun
the imperial dynasty of China from about 1126 to 255 bc
“fashionable knot in a woman’s dress or hat,” 1883; earlier “small, round, cream-filled pastry” (1706), from French chou, literally “cabbage” (12c.), from Latin caulis “cabbage,” literally “stalk” (see cole).
- Choux pastry
/ʃuː/ noun 1. a very light pastry made with eggs, used for eclairs, etc noun a sticky pastelike dough used for making éclairs, profiteroles, and cream puffs Examples Alton Brown featured pâte à choux in an episode of Good Eats, entitled “Choux Shine”. Word Origin by 1706, French “cabbage” as the pastry is layered like […]
[chou] /tʃaʊ/ Informal. noun 1. food, especially hearty dishes or a meal. Verb phrases 2. chow down, to eat; eat a meal, especially the main meal of the day: In the army we usually chow down at 6 p.m. [chou] /tʃaʊ/ noun, (often initial capital letter) 1. . [chou; Chinese joh] /tʃaʊ; Chinese dʒoʊ/ noun […]
[chou-chou] /ˈtʃaʊˌtʃaʊ/ noun 1. a Chinese mixed fruit preserve. 2. a relish of chopped mixed pickles in mustard sauce. [chou chou] /ˈtʃaʊ ˌtʃaʊ/ noun, (often initial capital letters) 1. one of a Chinese breed of medium-sized dogs having a thick black, blue, red, or cream coat and a blue-black tongue. noun 1. a thick-coated breed […]
[chou-der] /ˈtʃaʊ dər/ noun 1. a thick soup or stew made of clams, fish, or vegetables, with potatoes, onions, and other ingredients and seasonings. /ˈtʃaʊdə/ noun 1. a thick soup or stew containing clams or fish n. 1751, American English, apparently named for the pot it was cooked in: French chaudière “a pot” (12c.), from […]