kabob

[kuh-bob]
noun
1.
Usually, kabobs. small pieces of meat or seafood seasoned or marinated and broiled, often with tomatoes, green peppers, onions, or other vegetables, usually on a skewer.
2.
(in Indian English use) roast meat.
Also, cabob, kebab, kebob, kabab.


Origin:
1665–75; < Arabic, Hindi kabāb < Turkish kebap roast meat. See shish kebab

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kabob (kəˈbɒb)
 
n
another name for kebab

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Move on to an entrée of a mushroom gyro, free range lamp chops or seafood kabob.
House specials include the osman pasha combo--a platter of kabob, pesto noodles and falafel.
He suggested that the audience members use rosemary twigs as their kabob skewers to enhance the flavors in the meat.
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