Definition of hibachi in English:

hibachi

Line breaks: hi|bachi
Pronunciation: /hɪˈbatʃi
 
, ˈhɪbətʃi
 
/

noun (plural hibachis)

1A portable cooking apparatus similar to a small barbecue.
More example sentences
  • Never use a hibachi or barbecue grill inside a home, vehicle, or garage.
  • The griddle-tossed meats and vegetables typical of hibachi cooking can all end up tasting pretty much the same.
  • Place some chocolate fondue into a small hibachi and drizzle with white chocolate.
1.1(In Japan) a large earthenware pan or brazier in which charcoal is burnt to provide indoor heating.
More example sentences
  • I got an armchair and a desk and an electric fire, for the hibachi is cold comfort in the winter.

Origin

mid 19th century: Japanese hibachi, hi-hachi, from hi 'fire' + hachi 'bowl, pot'.

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