chapatti
chapati chapati, chapatti chapatti . a flat pancakelike bread cooked on a griddle, originating in India. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • chapatti — ► NOUN (pl. chapattis) ▪ (in Indian cookery) a thin pancake of unleavened wholemeal bread cooked on a griddle. ORIGIN from Hindi, roll out …   English terms dictionary

  • chapatti — chapati UK [tʃəˈpɑːtɪ] / UK [tʃəˈpætɪ] / US / US [tʃəˈpɑtɪ] or chapatti UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms chapati : singular chapati plural chapatis a type of thin flat Indian bread …   English dictionary

  • chapatti — n. (also chapati, chupatty) (pl. is or chupatties) Ind. a flat thin cake of unleavened wholemeal bread. Etymology: Hindi capati * * * chapata, chapati, chapatti, chappati varr. chupatti …   Useful english dictionary

  • chapatti — noun An extremely simple circular, flat, unleavened bread made with sieved wholemeal flour and water. Found in Indian cuisine …   Wiktionary

  • chapatti — n. unleavened flat bread of India, flat round Indian bread made of whole wheat flour without yeast and cooked on a griddle …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chapatti — [tʃə pα:ti, pati] noun (plural chapattis) (in Indian cookery) a thin pancake of unleavened wholemeal bread cooked on a griddle. Origin from Hindi capātī, from capānā roll out …   English new terms dictionary

  • chapatti — cha·pat·ti …   English syllables

  • chapatti — /ˈtʃʌpəti/ (say chupuhtee), /tʃəˈpati/ (say chuh pahtee) noun a flat Indian unleavened bread made from wholemeal flour and cooked on a griddle. Also, chapati, chupatti. {Hindi capātī, from capānā flatten, roll out} …   Australian English dictionary

  • chapatti —   n. Indian unleavened bread or pancake …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • chapati — chapati, chapatti chapatti . a flat pancakelike bread cooked on a griddle, originating in India. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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