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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Patty \Pat"ty\, n.; pl. Patties. [F. p[^a]t['e]. See Pasty.] A little pie.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"small pie," 1710, from patti-pan (1690s) "something baked in a small pan," from French pâté, from Old French paste (see paste (n.)).
n. 1 (context US, Australia, New Zealand English) A flattened portion of ground meat or a vegetarian equivalent, usually round but sometimes square in shape. 2 (context Jamaica English) A pastry with various fillings and spices baked inside a flaky shell, often tinted golden yellow with an egg yolk mixture or turmeric.
n. small flat mass of chopped food [syn: cake]
small pie or pasty
round flat candy
A patty is a flattened cake, often of meat.
Patty may also refer to:
- Patty (surname), a family name
- Patty (given name), a given name and diminutive forms of Patricia and Patrick
- Patty Duke (born 1946), American actress born Anna Marie Duke
- Patty Pravo (born 1948), Italian singer born Nicoletta Strambelli
- Patty (singer), a vocalist in Japan
Patty is a fictional character featured in the long-running syndicated daily and Sunday comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. A former major character that turned into a cameo-girl (due to her supposedly lacking the distinguishing characteristics of characters like Lucy, Linus, or Sally), she is often confused with Peppermint Patty, a different and later character from the same strip.
Patty is best known as a girl who thinks highly of herself, and because of her self-opinion, she often torments the hapless Charlie Brown. She often accompanies her best friend Violet and sometimes the abrasive Lucy.
The character has appeared in numerous Peanuts television specials, cinematic films, theatrical plays, and video games.
Patty's surname was revealed to be "Swanson" in the 2015 film The Peanuts Movie, where her full name appears 10th on the list of test scores.
A patty, in American, Canadian, South African, Australian, Argentinian and New Zealand English, is a flattened, usually round, serving of ground meat or meat alternatives. The meat is compacted and shaped, cooked, and served. Patties can be eaten with a knife and a fork in dishes like Salisbury steak, but are typically served in a sort of sandwich called a "burger", or a hamburger if the patty is made from ground beef. The patty itself can also be called a burger, whether or not it is served in a sandwich, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland, where the term "patty" is rarely used.
Similar-shaped meat cakes not made from ground beef may also be called "burger": " turkey burgers" or "fishburgers" may be made from reshaped mechanically separated meat. Sometimes burgers are breaded. Veggie burger patties are made without animal products, usually made of soy.
In Ireland, traditional chippers often serve batter burger (a beef-based patty dipped in batter and deep fried) or spice burger (a savory patty made with a proprietary recipe of meats and spices). These are served in a greaseproof paper bag and eaten with the hands.
In India, a patty may refer to either a vegetarian (potato for example) or non-vegetarian (chicken, meat etc.) burger filling, or to a sweet or savory puff pastry turnover which is a common street food in many parts of the country.
is a former singer, tarento, and English teacher in Japan. She is a hāfu American who started her music career under the name "Patty Fink" in 1979.
Patty is the given name, a diminutive form of Patricia, or a diminutive form of Patrick in some forms of English (notably Australian).
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Usage examples of "patty".
Some of these responses might occur in an allergic reaction, but not from an overdose, and Jeffrey had reason to believe that Patty Owen had not been allergic to Marcaine.
After the disastrous death of Patty Owen, the malpractice summons had arrived in short order.
Bake in little plain patty pans and cover the top of each with white icing.
The patties had a reasonable resemblance to bread, and although the white material tasted nothing like the cheese that Peron had expected, it tasted good.
Many of the symptoms associated with nicotine were the same as those caused by muscarine: salivation, sweating, abdominal pain, and lacrimation-the very same symptoms that had appeared in Patty Owen and Henry Noble.
It had to be more than mere coincidence that Jack Stolle had been within 15 miles of where Beverly and Patty caught their ride north on September 24.
Jack Stolle was also an old hand at apple picking, and he might well have told Beverly and Patty about the Minelli farm and the shack.
He took her to Pennyhill Park, and once in the Latymer Room she was forced to admit to herself that the food on the menu looked tempting, and with almost no breakfast inside her, lunch was a must, and once started on delicious lobster patties, tournedos Rossini, and a delicious ice cream, she discovered that she was hungry after all.
When it came, it was cold, the cheese unmelted, and the patty of meat resembling nothing so much as a dirty scouring pad.
Mattie Hastings with Patty Sands came way to Akron to see her off, Mattie bringing the loveliest pin-cushion made for her by her sister Mollie.
With Patty Owen, Jeffrey had used a fresh 30 cc ampule of Marcaine in the OR.
Patty Leadbitter--a pretty harum-scarum little creature, who sang pert songs from Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance, and played practical jokes upon any one who would allow her the chance--was given two blackboys, a gin to scrub, and three of her adorers, and commissioned to decorate the new kitchen and prepare the floor for dancing.
She went into the database and pulled out a profile of Patty Layne, one of the greatest casino cheaters of all time.
Breakfast never changes: eggs, grits, fatback, deep-fried salmon patties, liver mush, and the usual bacon, ham, hot-cakes, and biscuits.
At an open-air eating house they bought dishes of olives, dates, liver patties, dried apricots and flatbread, along with a pitcher of grape juice, and settled down to wait.