Definitions for CHEFʃɛf
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a professional cook
The head cook of an establishment such as a restaurant, club, or wealthy family.
Origin: From chef de cuisine, chief (English chief), from capum (from which also captain, chieftain), from caput (English cap), from kauput- (English head).
a chief of head person
the head cook of large establishment, as a club, a family, etc
same as Chief
A chef is a person who cooks professionally for other people. Traditionally it refers to a highly skilled professional cook who is proficient in all aspects of food preparation.
The Roycroft Dictionary
The Messiah of gluttons; a Borgia of the scullery; one who crochets sweetbreads instead of cooking them.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Big Food is facing extinction, no one eats Chef Boyardee anymore.
The pastry chef at the Waldorf had only their photographs to work with.
Anybody that is a chef and claims to be higher than thou, is not a chef.
Becoming a chef was never my dream, i had to feed myself, however, so I ended up working at a restaurant.
Eh! Je suis leur chef, il fallait bien les suivre.
(Ah well! I am their leader, I really ought to follow them.)
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Translations for CHEF
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- главен готвачBulgarian
- xefCatalan, Valencian
- Küchenchef, Chefkoch, Chefköchin, KüchenchefinGerman
- kokki, keittiömestariFinnish
- chef cuisinier, chefFrench
- xefe de cociñaGalician
- matsveinn, yfirmatsveinn, kokkur, matreiðslumaðurIcelandic
- クック, シェフ, 料理人, コック, 調理師Japanese
- 주방장, 요리사Korean
- шеф на кујнаMacedonian
- chʼiyáán ííłʼíníNavajo, Navaho
- kucharz, szef kuchniPolish
- köksmästare, kockSwedish
- ئاشپەزUyghur, Uighur
- jikvisinal, hikvisinal, kvisinalVolapük
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