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mooncake

moon·cake

also moon cake  (mo͞on′kāk′)
n.
A small dense pastry filled with bean paste, ground lotus seeds, or other ingredients, traditionally eaten during the Chinese moon festival.

[Translation of Mandarin yuèbǐng (yuè, moon + bǐng, flatbread, cake) and its equivalents in other varieties of Chinese, such as Cantonese jyut6 beng2.]

mooncake

(ˈmuːnkeɪk) or

moon cake

n
(Cookery) a type of cake that is eaten during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.
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