sub gum

subgum

[suhb-guhm]
adjective Chinese or Chinese-American Cookery.
prepared with mixed vegetables, as with water chestnuts, mushrooms, and bean sprouts.

Origin:
1935–40; < dialectal Chinese (Guangdong) sahp-gám, akin to Chinese shíjǐn literally, ten brocades

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