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pizza

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈpiːt.sə/ ( US old-fashioned also pizza pie) us  
A1 a large circle of flat bread baked with cheese, tomatoes, and sometimes meat and vegetables spread on top: a slice of pizza I like a lot of different pizza toppings. a deep-pan ( US deep-dish) pizza
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in Korean 피자…
in Arabic بيتزا…
in French pizza…
in Turkish pizza…
in Italian pizza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 比薩…
in Russian пицца…
in Polish pizza…
in Spanish pizza…
in Portuguese pizza…
in German die Pizza…
in Catalan pizza…
in Japanese ピザ, ピッツァ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 比萨饼…
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