How to Pronounce Sabotiere?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Sabotiere" is [sabˈə͡ʊtiˈe͡ə], [sabˈə‍ʊtiˈe‍ə], [s_a_b_ˈəʊ_t_i__ˈeə].

What are the misspellings for Sabotiere?

  • aabotiere,
  • zabotiere,
  • xabotiere,
  • dabotiere,
  • eabotiere,
  • wabotiere,
  • szbotiere,
  • ssbotiere,
  • swbotiere,
  • sqbotiere,
  • savotiere,
  • sanotiere,
  • sahotiere,
  • sagotiere,
  • sabitiere,
  • Sabatiere,
  • Sabouitiere,
  • Sabbatiere,
  • Saboturre,
  • Sabattiere

"Sabotiere" in context

A Sabotiere is a French kitchen tool used for cutting fruits and vegetables. It is a circular, wheel-like device that is made of metal, plastic, or wood and has sharp blades around the circumference. Commonly used to make round slices, the sabotiere can be used to create round slices, julienne cuts, or brunoise cuts. The sabotiere is an important tool in French cuisine, used to add decorative touches to food presentations or for efficiently preparing ingredients for recipes.

The design of the sabotiere makes it easy to use, as it is simple to hold, rotate, and press down to make slicing motions.

Usage over time for Sabotiere:

This graph shows how "Sabotiere" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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