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Dice vs. Brunoise

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Dicenoun

(uncountable) Gaming with one or more dice.

Brunoisenoun

(cookery) A very fine dice. A method of cutting vegetables, usually to the dimensions of 2 mm or less, by julienning and then cutting many times at a 90-degree angle to the julienne.

Dicenoun

A die.

Brunoisenoun

A mixture of leeks, celery, carrots and sometimes turnips chopped in this way.

Dicenoun

That which has been diced.

‘Cut onions, carrots and celery into medium dice.’;

Brunoiseverb

(transitive) To cut (vegetables) very finely by julienning and then cutting many times at a 90-degree angle to the julienne.

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Diceverb

(intransitive) To play dice.

Brunoise

Brunoise (French: [bʁynwaz]) is a culinary knife cut in which the food item is first julienned and then turned a quarter turn and diced, producing cubes of about 3 millimetres (1⁄8 in) or less on each side. In France, a cut is a smaller 1 to 2 mm.

‘brunoise’;

Diceverb

(transitive) To cut into small cubes.

Diceverb

(transitive) To ornament with squares, diamonds, or cubes.

Dicenoun

Small cubes used in gaming or in determining by chance; also, the game played with dice. See Die, n.

Diceverb

To play games with dice.

‘I . . . diced not above seven times a week.’;

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Diceverb

To cut into small cubes; as, to slice and dice carrots.

Diceverb

To ornament with squares, diamonds, or cubes.

Dicenoun

small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; used to generate random numbers

Diceverb

cut into cubes;

‘cube the cheese’;

Diceverb

play dice

Dice

Dice (singular die or dice) are small, throwable objects with marked sides that can rest in multiple positions. They are used for generating random numbers, commonly as part of tabletop games, including dice games, board games, role-playing games, and games of chance.

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