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Wie·ner schnit·zel

 (vē′nər shnĭt′səl)
A breaded veal cutlet.

[German : Wiener, of Vienna, Austria + Schnitzel, cutlet.]
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Wiener schnitzel

(ˈviːnə ˈʃnɪtsəl)
(Cookery) a large thin escalope of veal, coated in egg and crumbs, fried, and traditionally served with a garnish
[German: Viennese cutlet]
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Wie•ner schnit•zel

(ˈvi nər ˌʃnɪt səl, ˈʃnɪt səl)
a breaded veal cutlet variously seasoned or garnished.
[1860–65; < German, =Wiener Viennese + Schnitzel cutlet, chop]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Wiener schnitzel - deep-fried breaded veal cutlets
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
Austrian capital, capital of Austria, Vienna - the capital and largest city of Austria; located on the Danube in northeastern Austria; was the home of Beethoven and Brahms and Haydn and Mozart and Schubert and Strauss
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wiener schnitzel

[ˈviːnəˈʃnɪtsəl] Nescalope m de ternera con guarnición
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