tu·reen (t-rēn, ty-)
A broad, deep, usually covered dish used for serving foods such as soups or stews.
[French terrine, from Old French, from feminine of terrin, earthen, from Vulgar Latin *terrīnus, from Latin terra, earth; see ters- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
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