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fattoush Syllabification: fat·toush
Pronunciation: /faˈto͞oSH/
(also fatoush)

Definition of fattoush in English:

noun

A Middle Eastern salad consisting of tomatoes, cucumber, and other vegetables together with croutons made from toasted pita bread.
Example sentences
  • Two invigorating salads - a romaine-based fatoush dusted with sumac and strewn with pita croutons, and a bright, parsley-packed tabbouleh - manage to overcome their sad, winter-wan tomatoes (a shame, at the height of the local season).

Origin

Arabic fattūš.

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