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American English: /ˈhæɡəs/
British English: /ˈhaɡɪs/

Translation of haggis in Spanish:

noun plural -gis or -gises

countable or uncountable
  • (plato escocés hecho con vísceras de cordero y avena)
    Example sentences
    • Modern haggis generally has beef suet rather than mutton fat, and cayenne pepper or nutmeg are usual additions.
    • Toasting a haggis, reciting Scottish poetry and sampling five malt whiskies are just some of the activities planned.
    • You can even pour some - following an old tradition - on top of your haggis.

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