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frappé

[fra-pey; French fra-pey] /fræˈpeɪ; French fraˈpeɪ/
noun, plural frappés
[fra-peyz; French fra-pey] /fræˈpeɪz; French fraˈpeɪ/ (Show IPA)
1.
a fruit juice mixture frozen to a mush, to be served as a dessert, appetizer, or relish.
2.
an after-dinner drink consisting of a liqueur, as crème de menthe, poured over cracked or shaved ice.
3.
4.
Ballet. a beating of the toe of the working foot against the ankle of the supporting foot.
adjective
5.
chilled; iced; frozen.
verb (used with object), frappéed, frappéing.
6.
to make a frappé of:
to frappé rum, fruit juice, and cracked ice.
Origin of frappé
1840-1850
1840-50; < French: past participle of frapper to ice, strike
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British Dictionary definitions for frappé

frappé

/ˈfræpeɪ; French frape/
noun
1.
a drink consisting of a liqueur, etc, poured over crushed ice
adjective
2.
(postpositive) (esp of drinks) chilled; iced
Word Origin
C19: from French, from frapper to strike, hence, chill; see frap
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Word Origin and History for frappé

frappe

n.

"iced drink," 1922, American English (earlier as an adjective, "iced," 1848), from French frappé, from past participle of frapper "to chill," literally "to beat," from Old French fraper "to hit, strike" (see frap (v.)).

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