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brochette

noun [C or U] uk   /brɒʃˈet/  us   /broʊˈʃet/
a long, thin metal pin that is pushed through small pieces of meat or vegetables to hold them in place while they are cooked, or a dish of food cooked this way: brochettes of lamb
Translations of “brochette”
in Chinese (Traditional) (烤肉、蔬菜等的)小炙叉, 小烤串,肉串…
in Chinese (Simplified) (烤肉、蔬菜等的)小炙叉, 小烤串,肉串…
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