Definición de gumbo en inglés:

gumbo

Saltos de línea: gumbo
Pronunciación: /ˈgʌmbəʊ
 
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sustantivo (plural gumbos)

[mass noun]
1North American Okra, especially the gelatinous pods used in cooking.
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  • Call it gumbo, bamya, lady's fingers, bhindi, quingombo or a half-dozen other names, okra is an annual vegetable usually thought of as a Southern plant.
1.1(In Cajun cooking) a spicy chicken or seafood soup thickened typically with okra or rice.
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  • This Aberdonian favourite specialises in seafood recipes from around the world - gumbos, chowders, fishcakes, the works - using every imaginable fresh Scottish seafood, including halibut, sole, wolf fish, turbot, lobster and crab.
  • Madame tried both the chicken and fish gumbos and remarked on the totally different tastes that the Cajun cuisine could produce in them.
  • The common basis of all gumbos is the roux, a roughly equal combination of flour and fat cooked until very nearly burnt; it is the dark smoky roux that gives the gumbo its colour and flavour.
2 (Gumbo) A French-based patois spoken by some blacks and Creoles in Louisiana.
3North American A fine clayey soil that becomes sticky and impervious when wet.
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  • A high pressure front carries dark clouds, and we risk becoming mired in gumbo if the weather doesn't hold up.
  • For a place so famous for its roads, Chaco is connected to the modern world tenuously at best: The only access is over washboard dirt roads that can turn to gumbo after a storm.
  • We slogged around looking for suicidal prairie dogs and learned that hills and gumbo can overcome the best four-wheel drive trucks.
4A type of Cajun music consisting of a lively blend of styles and sounds: New Orleans syncopated gumbo
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  • All it is is a gumbo of different musical styles that I like and mixed up and thrown together.
  • Using the musical traditions of Quebec as their starting point, they bolt on jazz, Cajun and even Latin influences to create an infectious gumbo of sounds and rhythms.
  • With the tracks largely bereft of melody or theme, Villalobos dives ever more deeply into percussive gumbo and leaves accessible hooks behind.

Origen

early 19th century: from the Angolan word kingombo 'okra'.

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