pita bread
noun see pita II

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  • pita bread — noun see pita II * * * pita bread UK [ˈpɪtə ˌbred] UK [ˈpiːtə ˌbred] US [ˈpitə ˌbred] the American spelling of pitta bread Thesaurus: types of breadhyponym types of food or drinkhypernym * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • pita bread — noun Pita, pocket bread …   Wiktionary

  • pita bread — pit|a bread [ˈpıtə bred US ˈpi: ] n [Date: 1900 2000; : Modern Greek; Origin: pitta bread, cake ] the American spelling of ↑pitta bread …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pita bread — pi|ta bread [ pitə ,bred ] or pi|ta [ pitə ] noun count or uncount a type of flat bread that is hollow inside, eaten especially with Middle Eastern food …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • pita bread — noun (U) the American spelling of pitta bread …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pita bread — UK [ˈpɪtə ˌbred] / UK [ˈpiːtə ˌbred] / US [ˈpɪtə ˌbred] the American spelling of pitta bread …   English dictionary

  • Get in the Pita Bread Pit — Infobox Album Name = Get in the Pita Bread Pit Type = Album Artist = Useless ID Released = 1999 Recorded = Genre = Punk rock Length = 21:12 Label = Falafel Producer = Useless ID Reviews = Last album = Useless ID/Spyhole (split with Spyhole)… …   Wikipedia

  • Pita — (also called and less commonly known as pitta or pide (Turkish), pitka (Bulgarian) and pronounced pitta in Greek [ [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=pita searchmode=none Online Etymology Dictionary] ] ) is an often round, brown, wheat… …   Wikipedia

  • Pita chips — are a baked bread made from pita bread, often seasoned. They are crunchier and thicker than most chips. They are available in many flavors. They are often used as a substitute for potato chips because they are less greasy and generally healthier …   Wikipedia

  • pita — pita1 [pēt′ə] n. [AmSp < Taino, thread from agave fibers] 1. any of various agave plants yielding a fiber used in paper, etc. 2. the fiber pita2 [pēt′ə] n. [ModHeb pita (< SE Judezmo) or ModGr pitta (see PIZZA)] …   English World dictionary

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