poppadom


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poppadom

(ˈpɒpədəm) or

poppadum

n
(Cookery) a thin round crisp Indian bread, fried or roasted and served with curry, etc
[from Hindi]
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poppadom

[ˈpɒpədəm] npapadam m
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