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noun British.
a dish of meat, usually beef, and cabbage fried or boiled together.
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Origin of bubble and squeak

First recorded in 1765–75

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British Dictionary definitions for bubble and squeak

bubble and squeak

noun
(in Britain and Australia) a dish of leftover boiled cabbage, potatoes, and sometimes cooked meat fried together

Word Origin for bubble and squeak

C18: so called from the sounds of this dish cooking
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