Definition of kromesky in English:

kromesky

Line breaks: kro|mesky
Pronunciation: /krə(ʊ)ˈmɛski
 
, ˈkrɒmɛski
 
/

noun (plural kromeskies)

A croquette of minced meat or fish, rolled in bacon and fried.
More example sentences
  • Starters range from Carpaccio of beef, chicken kromeskies and smoked mozzarella.

Origin

from Polish kromeczka 'small slice'.

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