Definition of langosta in English:

langosta

Syllabification: lan·gos·ta
Pronunciation: /laNGˈɡästə
 
/

noun

chiefly US
Another term for langouste.
More example sentences
  • Then, on a whim, he tossed in some local langosta, lobster.
  • Chupe de langosta, a concoction of silken lobster in a brandied broth, gets a hint of cream to smooth it out.
  • In California it is generally known as ‘langosta’.

Origin

Spanish.

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