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Kebab
کباب
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Moroccan steak fillet kebabs.

Moroccan steak fillet kebabs

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List of kebabs
Morocco > food
Afghanistan > food
Africa > food
Arab World > food
Armenia > food
Asia > food
Azerbaijan > food
Cyprus > food
India > food
Malaysia > food
Pakistan > food
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Turkey > food
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kebab
NOUN:  

: cubes of meat (as lamb or beef) marinated and cooked with vegetables usually on a skewer

INTRANSITIVE
VERB:
   
ADJECTIVE:    
ETYMOLOGY:  

ultimately from Arabic or Persian kabāb, from Turkish kebap

First Known Use: 1673

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