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fond 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/fänd/,
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fondest, superlative; fonder, comparative;
  1. Having an affection or liking for
    • - I'm very fond of Mike
    • - he was not too fond of dancing
  2. Affectionate; loving
    • - waving a fond farewell to her parents
    • - reading it brought many fond memories of our childhood
  3. (of a hope or belief) Foolishly optimistic; naive


  1. affectionate: having or displaying warmth or affection; "affectionate children"; "a fond embrace"; "fond of his nephew"; "a tender glance"; "a warm embrace"
  2. adoring: extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent; "adoring grandparents"; "deceiving her preoccupied and doting husband with a young captain"; "hopelessly spoiled by a fond mother"
  3. fond(p): (followed by `of' or `to') having a strong preference or liking for; "fond of chocolate"; "partial to horror movies"
  4. absurd or silly because unlikely; "fond hopes of becoming President"; "fond fancies"
  5. (fondly) with fondness; with love; "she spoke to her children fondly"
  6. (fondness) a predisposition to like something; "he had a fondness for whiskey"
  7. Deglazing is a cooking technique for removing and dissolving caramelized bits of food from a pan in order to make a pan sauce.
  8. Fondly was a Chicago-based trio that produced two albums of indie punk in the mid to late 90's. Brian Burkhard, Andy Grzenia, and Dick Simpson were the three original members. They released a self-titled CD (1995) - Recorded by Brian Deck in his basement. ...
  9. Fonds is an archival term used to describe a collection of papers that originate from the same source. ...
  10. The background design in lace-making; To have a foolish affection for, to be fond of; affectionate; indulgent; outlandish; foolish; silly
  11. (fondly) Foolishly; In a fond manner; affectionately; tenderly
  12. (fondness) the quality of being fond
  13. (Fonds) all of the records/documents, regardless of form or medium, created and/or received and used by a particular individual, family, corporate body or government body in the course of the creator's activities or functions.
  14. (Fonds) A French term for the records or papers of a particular individual, institution, or organization. Referred to in this manual as record groups and manuscript groups.
  15. (Fonds) In a collection description, 'fonds' is a term often used by archivists for the material created or collected by a particular person, family, or organisation in the course of their activities, in order to distinguish this type of collection from an artificial collection.
  16. the brown carmelized bits of "stuff" left in the pan after you saute meat or fish. It's the stuff you make great sauces from...sort of a base.
  17. if you are fond, it makes you start fondling. But if you love, you want to possess.
  18. solids (sucs) left in the bottom of a pan after cooking meats; adding water to dissolve the sucs creates the fond base liquid
  19. The residue sticking to the pan after browning food. The fond is generally dissolved by adding a liquid, such as broth or wine, to the hot pan and scraped up by the tip of a spatula. The fond adds flavor to sauces and gravies.
  20. A flavoured stock used for making a sauces and soups.
  21. This is the French word for foundation or base. In kitchens, it has two meanings: 1. Stock.  “Fond blanc” is white stock, and “fond brun” is brown stock.  2. ...
  22. (FAHND) – The remains in a pan after an item is cooked that contains intense flavors.  Usually removed by a liquid in the act of deglazing.
  23. (1) French for stock or base ; (2) the concentrated juices, drippings and bits of food left in pans after foods are roasted or sautéed; it is used to flavor sauces made directly in the pans in which foods were cooked.
  24. phr. - 'to the bottom'; thoroughly.
  25. Means a stock, in French.