Definition of rotisserie in English:

rotisserie

noun

  • 1A cooking appliance with a rotating spit for roasting and barbecuing meat.

    • ‘There are pizza ovens, griddles, infrared rotisseries, built-in woks, deep-fryers - you can customize your outdoor kitchen to suit the food you cook and the way you want to entertain.’
    • ‘A heavy-duty motorized steel rotisserie is built right into the unit, and it has its own vertical infrared burner that evenly cooks a whole leg of lamb or several whole chickens.’
    • ‘A poured concrete floor without mats made me cringe, but the windows were spotless, the sinks were empty, the rotisseries shiny and squeaky clean.’
    • ‘On the paved area just outside the house, were three outdoor tables, and further in the corner stood the barbeque - with a rotisserie.’
    • ‘Most spend an hour or two on a rotisserie, but some are oven-roasted, others grilled.’
    skewer, brochette, rotisserie
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  • 2A restaurant specializing in roasted or barbecued meat.

    • ‘Ragueneau's pastry shop and rotisserie is abuzz with movement.’
    • ‘Far from the ‘sauce brune’ you get at other rotisseries, sauces here include red curry and bamboo shoots, lemon, chilli and mango chutney and ginger with Asian mushrooms.’
    • ‘The proprietor of a famous bakery and rotisserie, he is known as a patron of the arts, and is also a poet himself.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from French rôtisserie, from rôtir to roast.

Pronunciation:

rotisserie

/rōˈtisərē/