The definition of a terrine is a dish made of baked clay used for serving cooked food.
An example of a terrine is an earthenware bowl from which soup is served; a soup terrine.
- an earthenware dish or casserole in which a pâté or any of various similar meat or vegetable mixtures is cooked and served
- the food so prepared
Origin of terrineFr: see tureen
- An earthenware container for cooking and serving food.
- Any of various dishes prepared or cooked in a terrine.
Origin of terrineFrench; see tureen.