kebab

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ke·bab

or ke·bob also ka·bob  (kə-bŏb′)
n.
Shish kebab.

kebab

(kəˈbæb)
n
(Cookery) a dish consisting of small pieces of meat, tomatoes, onions, etc, threaded onto skewers and grilled, generally over charcoal. Also called: shish kebab, kabob or cabob
[C17: via Urdu from Arabic kabāb roast meat]

ke•bab

or ka•bob

(kəˈbɒb)

n.
small pieces of meat or seafood seasoned or marinated and broiled, often with peppers, onions, or other vegetables, on a skewer.
[1665–75; < Arabic, Hindi]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kebab - cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetableskebab - cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
souvlaki, souvlakia - made of lamb
Translations
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カバブ
케밥
kebabas
kebabs
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món thịt nướng kebab

kebab

[kəˈbæb] Nkebab m, pincho m moruno, anticucho m (Peru, Bol, Chile)

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[kəˈbæb] nkebab m inv (spiedino di carne e verdura)

kebab

(kiˈbӕb) noun
small pieces of meat etc, usually cooked on a skewer. They ate kebabs and rice in the Indian restaurant.

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كَبَابٌ kebab kebab Kebab κεμπάπ pincho kebab brochette kebab kebab カバブ 케밥 kebab kebab kebab espetinho, kebab кебаб kebab เนื้อและผักชิ้นเล็กเสียบด้วยไม้เสียบแล้วย่าง kebap món thịt nướng kebab 烤肉串
References in periodicals archive ?
Next was the sheesh kebab, which was well-cooked and well-flavoured but probably tasted a little incomplete because of the absence of a sauce or dip.
95), which included chicken tikka, a minced chicken sheesh kebab and chicken haryali, infused with garlic and ginger.
Its diverse portfolio of products is centered around high quality chicken (and chicken parts), which is immediately frozen to ensure maximum freshness and taste and also includes a range of ready-made convenience products including burgers, nuggets, seafood, franks and sausages, minced items and international flavors such as sheesh kebab.
Jim and Iain both enjoyed the Turkish sheesh kebab, prepared with good quality fillet steak.
95 per person which included starters of either onion bhaji, soup of the day, sheesh kebab and meat or vegetable samosas.