Gratin'e Gra`tin*['e]" or Gratin'ee Gra`tin*['e]e"(gr[aum]`t'n*[=a]"), n. [F., p. p. of gratiner to cook au gratin.] (Cookery) same as {au gratin}. [PJC]

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