arroser v. verser un filet (de quelque chose)...is verser un filet less common or preferred? Thanks!

arroser v. verser un filet (de quelque chose)...is verser un filet less common or preferred? Thanks!

Asked 8 months ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Martha, 

Verser un filet (de vinaigre) means a small amount whereas arroser suggests a larger quantity of liquid.

You would for instance use 'arroser' for when you feed your Christmas cake in Brandy .

Hope this helps!

Thanks!

arroser v. verser un filet (de quelque chose)...is verser un filet less common or preferred? Thanks!

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