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picante

[pi-kahn-tey; Spanish pee-kahn-te] /pɪˈkɑn teɪ; Spanish piˈkɑn tɛ/ Spanish and Latin-American Cookery.
adjective
1.
prepared so as to be very hot and spicy, especially with a hot and spicy sauce.
noun, plural picantes [pi-kahn-teyz; Spanish pee-kahn-tes] /pɪˈkɑn teɪz; Spanish piˈkɑn tɛs/ (Show IPA)
2.
any food that is very hot and spicy, especially a hot sauce.
Origin of picante
< Spanish: spicy, hot, past participle of picar to prick, bite; see pique1, piquant
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