There are 2 definitions of accra in English:

accra1

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Pronunciation: /ˈakrə
 
, əˈkrɑː
 
/
(also akara)

noun

(In West Africa and the Caribbean) a fritter made with black-eyed peas or a similar pulse, or, especially in Trinidad, mashed fish.
More example sentences
  • England fans in Otley tucked into a traditional Nigerian breakfast of spicy black-eyed pea fritters (akara) and friend bananas at Korks Wine Bar and Brasserie.
  • I opened my dinner with an assiette créole: crab-back stuffed with saltfish and spices, accras (seafood and vegetable fritters) and a couple of local crayfish called ouassous.
  • Two special dishes of Tobago are curry crab and dumplings and accra, which is seasoned salt fish pounded and shaped into small cakes and fried.

Origin

from Yoruba àkàrà 'bean cake'.

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There are 2 definitions of accra in English:

Accra2

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Pronunciation: /əˈkrɑː
 
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The capital of Ghana, a port on the Gulf of Guinea; population 1,970,400 (est. 2005).

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