fajita

[fah-hee-tuh, fuh]
noun
1.
a thin strip of marinated and grilled meat.
2.
Usually, fajitas. (used with a singular or plural verb) a Tex-Mex dish of these strips, served with tortillas, salsa, etc.

Origin:
1975–80; < American Spanish fajita literally, little sash, diminutive of Spanish faja belt, strip, band (orig. dial. or < Catalan < Latin fascia fascia)

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fajitas (fəˈhiːtəz)
 
pl n
a Mexican dish of soft tortillas wrapped around fried strips of meat, vegetables, etc
 
[Mexican Spanish]

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Example sentences
Fajitas, while a wonderful dinner, make a great lunch.
What follows are two recipes for fajitas: one mushroom, one steak.
We order chicken quesadillas and beef fajitas, and dig in under the glow of the
  heat lamps.
The restaurant also offers a special vegetarian menu, with potato tacos, bean
  burritos and veggie fajitas.
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