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piz·za

 (pēt′sə)
n.
A baked pie of Italian origin consisting of a shallow breadlike crust covered with toppings such as seasoned tomato sauce, cheese, or sausage.

[Italian, pie, tart, pizza, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo, bite, morsel; see bheid- in Indo-European roots.]

pizza

(ˈpiːtsə)
n
(Cookery) a dish of Italian origin consisting of a baked disc of dough covered with cheese and tomatoes, usually with the addition of mushrooms, anchovies, sausage, or ham
[C20: from Italian, perhaps from Vulgar Latin picea (unattested), from Latin piceus relating to pitch2; perhaps related to Modern Greek pitta cake]

piz•za

(ˈpit sə)

n., pl. -zas.
a baked, open-faced pie consisting of a thin layer of dough topped with tomato sauce and cheese, and often peppers, sausage, mushrooms, etc.
Also called piz′za pie`.
[1930–35; < Italian pizza (variant pitta), perhaps ultimately < Greek; compare pḗtea bran, pētítēs bran bread]

pizza

- Literally "pie" in Italian, making "pizza pie" redundant. It’s plural is pizza.
See also related terms for pie.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pizza - Italian open pie made of thin bread dough spread with a spiced mixture of e.g. tomato sauce and cheesepizza - Italian open pie made of thin bread dough spread with a spiced mixture of e.g. tomato sauce and cheese
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
sausage pizza - tomato and cheese pizza with sausage
pepperoni pizza - tomato and cheese pizza with pepperoni
cheese pizza - pizza with lots of cheese
anchovy pizza - tomato and cheese pizza with anchovies
Sicilian pizza - pizza made with a thick crust
Translations
pizza
بِيتْزابِيتْزه، فطيرَه إيطاليَّه
pizza
pizza
pico
pizzapitsa
pizza
pizza
pítsa
ピザ
피자
pica
pica
pizza
picapizza
pizza
พิซซ่า
bánh pizza

pizza

[ˈpiːtsə] Npizza f

pizza

[ˈpiːtsə]
npizza f
modif [base] → de pizza; [dough] → à pizza; [slice, topping] → de pizza; [chain, company] → de pizzerias; [oven] → à pizza pizza restaurantpizza delivery
nlivraison f de pizzas
modif [shop, service] → de livraison de pizzaspizza parlour pizza parlor (US) npizzeria fpizza restaurant npizzeria f

pizza

nPizza f

pizza

[ˈpitsə] npizza

pizza

(ˈpiːtsə) noun
a flat piece of dough spread with tomato, cheese etc and baked.

pizza

بِيتْزا pizza pizza Pizza πίτσα pizza pizza pizza pizza pizza ピザ 피자 pizza pizza pizza pizza пицца pizza พิซซ่า pizza bánh pizza 比萨饼
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