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bul·guralso bul·ghur (bo͝ol-go͝or′, bŭl′gər)
Cracked wheat grains, often used in Middle Eastern dishes. Also called bulgur wheat.
[Turkish bulgur, from Ottoman Turkish burġul, bulġur.]
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(Cookery) a kind of dried cracked wheat. Also called: burghul
[C20: from Turkish, from Arabic burghul, from Persian]
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bul•gur(ˈbʌl gər, ˈbʊl-)
a form of wheat that has been parboiled, cracked, and dried.
[1925–30; < Turkish < Persian barghōl]
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|Noun||1.||bulgur - parched crushed wheat|
wheat, wheat berry - grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
tabbouleh, tabooli - a finely chopped salad with tomatoes and parsley and mint and scallions and bulgur wheat
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