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A dish of Southeast Asia consisting of strips of marinated meat, poultry, or seafood grilled on skewers and dipped in peanut sauce.

[Malay sate, satai and Indonesian sate, both possibly from Tamil catai, flesh.]
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(ˈsæteɪ) ,




(Cookery) barbecued spiced meat cooked on skewers usually made from the stems of coconut leaves
[from Malay]
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kryddaî kjöt steikt á spjóti
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