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Definition of 'gourmet'

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It has pool and a gourmet restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Gourmet food served in a classy restaurant. The Sun (2008)Watched burger bar to gourmet star it was so good! The Sun (2015)Unless you count the gourmet horse burgers sold from the quaintly grubby vans dotted near the stadium. The Sun (2013)Cheese on toast is fast becoming a gourmet meal. The Sun (2014)The horsemeat scandal has also played its part in increasing the desirability of the gourmet burger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The gourmet burger trend had humble beginnings. The Sun (2013)New app tracks down the best gourmet burgers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Instagram photo of your gourmet steak dinner comes with a whiff of buttery mashed potatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We used to love going to gigs, fabulous restaurants and buying gourmet food. The Sun (2011)You can get gourmet food in a tin and it's not frowned upon. The Sun (2014)Now you can expect three-course gourmet dinners prepared by trained chefs. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There will be a spa, two gourmet restaurants and a nightclub. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Predictably, producing gourmet food for celebrities from a makeshift kitchen can be far from glamorous. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There's a gourmet restaurant and a rather cosy bar. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We're hungry for gourmet meals instead of fast food. The Sun (2013)Gourmet restaurant at one of the island's most famous hotels. Collins Traveller - MallorcaBut as we sat down to our gourmet dinner, something else was ready for its gourmet dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is hard to convey the keen pleasure of bowling along in bright sunshine through vineyards with all your family and a gourmet picnic. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Hanoi is also home to great gourmet food on the cheap and boutique digs for less than 50 a night. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Guests have exclusive access to the island with its two sandy beaches, and gourmet dinners are served under canvas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The gourmet food was then washed down with copious quantities of wine and multimillion-dollar deals were struck in an air of woozy excess. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You'll almost certainly find a feeding hall, perhaps with a franchised gourmet coffee kiosk nearby. Christianity Today (2000)

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Translations for 'gourmet'

British English: gourmet ADJECTIVE
Gourmet food is nicer or more unusual or sophisticated than ordinary food, and is often more expensive.
Flavoured coffee is sold at gourmet food stores and coffee shops.
  • American English: gourmet
  • Brazilian Portuguese: gourmet
  • Chinese: 菜肴精美的
  • European Spanish: gourmet
  • French: gastronomique
  • German: Gourmet-
  • Italian: da buongustaio
  • Japanese: グルメの
  • Korean: 고급의
  • European Portuguese: gourmet
  • Spanish: gourmet
British English: gourmet NOUN
A gourmet is someone who enjoys good food, and who knows a lot about food and wine.
The seafood here is a gourmet's delight.

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