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lo mein

 (lō′ mān′)
n.
A dish of boiled wheat noodles stir-fried with vegetables, seasonings, and other ingredients, such as chicken.

[Cantonese lou1 min6 : lou1, to stir, mix (akin to Mandarin lāo, to scoop out, from Middle Chinese law), Cantonese min6, noodle; see chow mein.]
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lo mein

(ˈloʊ ˈmeɪn)
n.
a Chinese dish of thin noodles stir-fried with vegetables and usu. meat or shrimp.
[1970–75; < dial. Chinese: stirred noodles]
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