Definition of chipolata in English:

chipolata

Line breaks: chipo|lata
Pronunciation: /tʃɪpəˈlɑːtə
 
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noun

British
A small thin sausage.
More example sentences
  • Yes, there are pigs in blankets but they are organic chipolatas wrapped in thin slices of pancetta and cooked in the oven.
  • Instead, thick, succulent breast escalopes had been pan-fried and sent out to do their work on the waistline with black pudding farei and chipolatas.
  • This means that the average British adult is likely to devour a staggering 4kg of sausages, or the equivalent of over 140 chipolatas this year alone.

Origin

late 19th century: from French, from Italian cipollata 'a dish of onions', from cipolla 'onion'.

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