[pi-kahn-tey; Spanish pee-kahn-te] /pɪˈkɑn teɪ; Spanish piˈkɑn tɛ/ Spanish and Latin-American Cookery.
prepared so as to be very hot and spicy, especially with a hot and spicy sauce.
noun, plural picantes [pi-kahn-teyz; Spanish pee-kahn-tes] /pɪˈkɑn teɪz; Spanish piˈkɑn tɛs/ (Show IPA)
any food that is very hot and spicy, especially a hot sauce.
[pee-kar] /piˈkar/ noun 1. Charles Émile [sharl ey-meel] /ʃarl eɪˈmil/ (Show IPA), 1856–1941, French mathematician. 2. Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1620–82, French astronomer. /French pikar/ noun 1. Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1620–82, French astronomer. He was the first to make a precise measurement of a longitude line, enabling him to estimate the earth’s radius
[pik-er-uh, pee-kuh-] /ˈpɪk ər ə, ˈpi kə-/ noun 1. a woman who is a rogue or vagabond.
[pik-er-dee] /ˈpɪk ər di/ noun 1. a region in N France: formerly a province. /ˈpɪkədɪ/ noun 1. a region of N France: mostly low-lying; scene of heavy fighting in World War I French name Picardie (pikardi) from Old French pic (Modern French pique) “pike” (see pike (n.2)); the characteristic weapon of the people who lived […]
noun, Music. 1. a major third in the final tonic chord of a composition written in a minor key. noun 1. (music) a major chord used in the final chord of a piece of music in the minor mode Also called tierce de Picardie