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chil·li

 (chĭl′ē)
n.
Variant of chili.

chilli

(ˈtʃɪlɪ) or

chili

n, pl chillies or chilies
(Cookery) the small red hot-tasting pod of a type of capsicum used for flavouring sauces, pickles, etc
[C17: from Spanish chile, from Nahuatl chilli]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chilli - very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungencychilli - very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungency
hot pepper - any of various pungent capsicum fruits
jalapeno pepper, jalapeno - hot green or red pepper of southwestern United States and Mexico
cayenne, cayenne pepper - a long and often twisted hot red pepper
chili powder - powder made of ground chili peppers mixed with e.g. cumin and garlic and oregano
Capsicum annuum longum, cayenne, cayenne pepper, chili pepper, chilli pepper, jalapeno, long pepper - plant bearing very hot and finely tapering long peppers; usually red
Translations
čilipálivá papričkapaprika
chilichilipeber
chilichilipatachilipippurichilipulveri
čili
csili
sterkt piparaldin, chilepipar
トウガラシ
칠리
aitrioji paprika
sarkanie pipari
čilipaprika
spansk peppar
พริก
acıacı biber
ớt

chilli

chili [ˈtʃɪli] [chillies] (pl) n
(= vegetable, spice) → piment m (rouge)
(also chilli con carne) → chili m con carnechilli con carne [ˈtʃɪlikɒnˈkɑːrni] nchili m con carne

chilli

, (US) chili
nPeperoni pl; (= spice, meal)Chili m

chilli

chili (Am) [ˈtʃɪlɪ] npeperoncino

chilli,

chili

(ˈtʃili) plurals ˈchilli(e)s ~ˈchili(e)s noun
the hot-tasting pod of a type of pepper, often dried, powdered and used in sauces etc.

chilli

فُلْفُل حَارّ pálivá paprička chili Chili τσίλι ají, chile chili piment čili peperoncino トウガラシ 칠리 Spaanse peper chilipepper chili chili, pimenta острый стручковый перец spansk peppar พริก acı ớt 辣椒
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In the fields of Qosiya city in Assiut governorate, Upper Egypt, hundreds of children earn their living by harvesting chilli peppers in the farms overlooking the desert road connecting the centre of Egypt to its central region.
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It is a chemical named capsaicin which gives chilli peppers their heat.
Unfortunately, documentation for the routes that chilli peppers followed from the Americas is not as plentiful as that for other New World economic plants such as maize, tobacco, sweet potatoes, manioc, beans and tomatoes.
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