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mandioca

[man-dee-oh-kuh, meyn-] /ˌmæn diˈoʊ kə, ˌmeɪn-/
noun
1.
Origin
< Spanish, Portuguese < Tupi manioca; cf. manioc
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  • There is also a great version of the fried yucca appetizer, mandioca.

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