(Judaism) containing neither meat nor milk products and so fit for use with either meat or milk dishes Compare milchik, fleishik See also kashruth
[pahr-uh-vuh, pahr-vuh] /ˈpɑr ə və, ˈpɑr və/ adjective, Judaism. 1. having no meat or milk in any form as an ingredient and being permissible for use with both meat and dairy meals as stated in the dietary laws: a pareve bread; pareve soup.
[pahr ek-suh-lahns, ek-suh-lans; French pa-rek-se-lahns] /pɑr ˌɛk səˈlɑns, ˈɛk səˌlæns; French pa rɛk sɛˈlɑ̃s/ adjective 1. being an example of excellence; superior; preeminent: a chef par excellence. adverb 2. above all; preeminently. /par ɛksɛlɑ̃s; English pɑːr ˈɛksələns/ adverb 1. to a degree of excellence; beyond comparison: she is the charitable lady par excellence French, from […]
[pahr-fey] /pɑrˈfeɪ/ noun 1. a dessert of ice cream and fruit or ice cream and syrup in alternate layers, often topped with whipped cream and served in a tall, narrow, short-stemmed glass. 2. any frozen dessert in which fruit, nuts, etc., have been folded into whipped cream or egg custard. /pɑːˈfeɪ/ noun 1. a rich […]
[pahr-flesh, pahr-flesh] /ˈpɑr flɛʃ, pɑrˈflɛʃ/ noun 1. a rawhide that has been dried after having been soaked in a solution of lye and water to remove the hair. 2. an article or object, as a case, pouch, etc., made of such rawhide. /ˈpɑːflɛʃ/ noun (US & Canadian) 1. a sheet of rawhide that has been […]