shabu-shabu

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sha·bu-sha·bu

 (shä′bo͞o-shä′bo͞o)
n.
A Japanese dish of thin slices of meat and vegetables cooked at the table in a simmering pot of broth, then dipped into any of various sauces.

[Japanese, imitative of bubbling water.]
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