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chapati

[ chuh-pah-tee, -pat-ee ]
/ tʃəˈpɑ ti, -ˈpæt i /
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noun, plural cha·pa·ti, cha·pa·tis, cha·pa·ties.Indian Cooking.

a flat pancakelike bread, usually of whole-wheat flour, baked on a griddle.

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Also cha·pat·ti .

Origin of chapati

First recorded in 1855–60, chapati is from the Hindi word capāti
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chapati

chapatti

/ (tʃəˈpætɪ, -ˈpʌtɪ, -ˈpɑːtɪ) /

noun plural -ti, -tis or -ties

(in Indian cookery) a flat coarse unleavened bread resembling a pancake

Word Origin for chapati

from Hindi
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