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bollito misto

[ buh-lee-toh mis-toh; Italian baw-lee-taw mee-staw ]
/ bəˈli toʊ ˈmɪs toʊ; Italian bɔˈli tɔ ˈmi stɔ /
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noun, plural bol·li·ti mis·ti [buh-lee-tee mis-tee; Italian baw-lee-tee mee-stee]. /bəˈli ti ˈmɪs ti; Italian bɔˈli ti ˈmi sti/.
an Italian dish of mixed meats, as beef, chicken, sausage, and veal, simmered with vegetables and seasonings in broth.
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Origin of bollito misto

1950–60; Italian: “boiled dish, mixed dish,” from bollito “a stew,” noun use of past participlebollito “boiled,” from bollire “to boil,” from Latin bullire “to bubble, boil” + misto “mixed,” from Latin mixtus, past participle of miscēre “to mix, blend” (see mixed)

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How to use bollito misto in a sentence

  • Et neque jam color est misto candore rubori;Nec vigor, et vires, et quæ modò rise placebant;Nec corpus remanet—.

    Essays and Tales|Joseph Addison
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