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spit-roast

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Pronunciation: /ˈspɪtrəʊst
 
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Definition of spit-roast in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective spit-roasted)
Cook (a piece of meat) on a spit: spit-roasted lamb
More example sentences
  • My mechoui, which refers to lamb that is spit-roasted, was served alongside a pile of braised root vegetables, roasted potatoes and a pile of couscous.
  • When we spit-roast beef we often do it with the skin on.
  • Next door is the restaurant itself, where Pacific American classics like spit-roasted prime rib or buffalo Mahi-Mahi are the order of the day - ordered by visiting tycoons, celebrities and superstars like you.

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