Question: Is crème de la crème an English word?

Is crème de la crème used in English language?

Crème de la crème (French, literally cream of the cream) is an idiom meaning the best of the best, superlative, or the very best. It may also refer to: Creme de la Creme (band), a defunct German band.

What is crème in English?

1 : a sweet liqueur. 2 : cream or a preparation made with or resembling cream used in cooking. 3 : cream sense 2b.

Is creme de la creme formal?

(from French, formal or humorous) the best people or things of their kind: This university takes only the crème de la crème of school leavers. ♢ Naturally, only the crème de la crème have been invited to the wedding.

What is the crème de la crème?

: the very best.

Is oubliette a French word?

An oubliette is a specific type of dungeon that has only one escape route — through a trap door in its ceiling. As you may have guessed from the spelling, oubliette is a French word.

What is the French name for cream puff?

A profiterole (French: [pʁɔfitʁɔl]), cream puff (US), or chou à la crème (French: [ʃu a la kʁɛm]) is a filled French choux pastry ball with a typically sweet and moist filling of whipped cream, custard, pastry cream, or ice cream.

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