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gibletsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈdʒɪb.ləts/  us   /ˈdʒɪb.ləts/
the inside ​parts and ​neck of a ​bird, for ​example a ​chicken, usually ​removed before it is ​cooked, that are often used to ​flavoursauces, etc.

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Organs eaten as meat
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gibletsplural noun

 us   /ˈdʒɪb·lɪts/
the ​neck and some other ​parts, such as the ​liver, of a ​bird that may be ​removed before the ​bird is ​cooked, or that may be ​cooked and ​eaten themselves or used as a ​flavoring
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Translations of “giblets”
in Spanish menudillos…
in Vietnamese lòng…
in Malaysian hati jantung dan hempedal…
in Thai เครื่องในของสัตว์ปีก…
in French abats…
in German das Hühnerklein…
in Chinese (Simplified) (可食用家禽的)内脏,杂碎…
in Indonesian jeroan…
in Chinese (Traditional) (可食用家禽的)內臟,雜碎…
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