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pitta bread

(ˈpɪtə) or


(Cookery) a flat rounded slightly leavened bread, originally from the Middle East, with a hollow inside like a pocket, which can be filled with food. Also called: Arab bread or Greek bread
[from Modern Greek: a cake]
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