Definitions for décordeɪˈkɔr, dɪ-, ˈdeɪ kɔr
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interior decoration, decor(noun)
decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior
(Theater) A stage setting. MW10
the layout, style, and furnishings of a livable interior.
Origin: [Fr. dcor, fr. dcorer to decorate, fr. L decorare. See decorate.]
The style of decoration of a room, building.
Her living room had a lush Persian-style decor.
Origin: From décor
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Whoever we love, she or he is always under the bright spotlight on our stage and anything else is just a decor under the dimness!
Chefs are also looking to their families as touchstones, we've seen a lot of paeans to grandmothers. In fact, Olamaie is named for one of the two chefs' grandmothers. Tim Maslow of Ribelle took over his father's restaurant, Strip T's, and reinvented the food, while leaving the décor the same. Carlos Salgado of Taco Maria was born into a family that had a Mexican-American restaurant and now he's elevated that traditional cooking.
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