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moussaka

noun [U] uk   us   /muːˈsɑː.kə/
a dish, originally from Greece, consisting of meat, tomato, and aubergine (= a large, purple vegetable) with cheese on top
Translations of “moussaka”
in Chinese (Traditional) 茄合子,碎肉茄子蛋(一種源自希臘的菜餚)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碎肉茄子蛋(一种源自希腊的菜肴)…
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