chili (pepper) Definition in American English Dictionary
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Definition of "chili (pepper)" - American English Dictionary

chili (pepper)noun [C/U]

(plural chilies or chiles) (also chile)  us   /ˈtʃɪl·i (ˌpep·ər)/
any of several types of red pepper (= type of vegetable) that are used to make foods spicy Chili is also a spicy dish made with beans, chilies, and usually meat.
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