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Synonyms edit (of wine: high in acidity green Derived terms edit Translations edit Etymology 2 edit Borrowed from Old French tarte (flat pastry) (Modern French tarte from tourte, from Vulgar Latin *torta, from torta (twisted) panis (bread from feminine of Latin tortus (twisted, folded over).
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Conjugation edit Synonyms edit Antonyms edit Derived terms edit (Compound words (With verbal prefixes (Expressions Etymology edit From Old Irish tart, from Proto-Celtic *tartus, from Proto-Indo-European *térstus, from *ters- (dry).Lauren delgado, m, "2018 Orlando Sentinel Foodie Awards: Best Bakery 15 Mar.Descendants edit Mutation edit Old Irish mutation Radical Lenition Nasalization tart thart tart pronounced with /d -/ Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical.Origin and Etymology of tart Middle English tarte, from Anglo-French Other Food Terms Reuben, calamari, chuck, curry, edamame, foie gras, hummus, leaven, nonpareil, peel tart Defined for English Language Learners tart adjective Definition of tart for English Language Learners : having a sharp or sour.Examples: tart in a Sentence 1 : agreeably sharp or acid to the taste a tart apple 2 : marked by a biting, acrimonious, or cutting quality a tart rejoinder tartish play tär-tish adjective tartly adverb tartness noun, examples of tart in a Sentence, the.I am at the beginning of the book.