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kebab

noun [C] uk   /kɪˈbæb/  us   /-ˈbɑːb/
a shish kebab UK a döner kebab
Translations of “kebab”
in Arabic كَباب (لَحم مَشوي)…
in Korean 케밥…
in Malaysian kebab…
in French brochette…
in Turkish kebap…
in Italian spiedino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 烤肉串…
in Russian кебаб, шашлык…
in Polish kebab…
in Vietnamese thịt nướng…
in Spanish kebab, pincho moruno, brocheta…
in Portuguese espetinho…
in Thai เนื้อสะเต๊ะ…
in German das Kebab…
in Catalan broqueta moruna…
in Japanese ケバブ(トルコの串焼き料理)…
in Indonesian sate…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烤肉串…
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