Definition of moo shi in English:

moo shi

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Pronunciation: /ˌmuː ˈʃiː
 
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(also moo shoo /ˌmuː ˈʃuː/ or moo shu roo /ˌmuː ˌʃuː ˈruː/)

noun

[mass noun]
A Chinese dish consisting of shredded pork with vegetables and seasonings, rolled in thin pancakes.
More example sentences
  • When Chinese immigrants invented moo shoo pork, did that mean that they hated traditional dumplings or soups or pot-stickers?
  • Maybe it's the melancholy of the season or something - isn't some ingredient in moo shoo supposed to cure all known diseases?
  • When they come in and ask for moo shoo chicken, I tell them to try one of the other places.

Origin

Chinese mùxu 'dish containing scrambled egg'.

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