An entree is one of several courses in a Western-style and South American-style formal meal. In that case what would otherwise be called the entree is called the first course, appetizer, starter or hors d’oeuvre. Usage often differs in North America where in the early 20th Century, the term started to be used by some restaurants and frozen-food manufacturers to describe the main course itself.
The word entrée is French. It originally denoted the “entry” of the dishes from the kitchen into the dining hall. The standard meaning of entrée in France is still the course that precedes the main course in a three course meal.
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