an unleavened, whole wheat flatbread common in South Asia and East Africa, traditionally baked on a griddle or skillet.
- Also cha·pat·ti .
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How to use chapati in a sentence
Godfrey Kizito takes a break from his busy shoe repair shop every day so he can enjoy his favorite snack, a vegetable and egg omelet rolled in a freshly prepared chapati known as a Rolex.The shrinking of “Rolexes” in Uganda due to the war in Ukraine | Nakisanze Segawa | June 8, 2022 | Quartz
It’s mainly for the Punjabi truck drivers looking to tear into some hot chapatis while on the road.
The word represents the Hindustani chapati, and is applied to the usual form of native bread, the staple food of upper India.
Someone had given us two pice, and with this we bought a pice chapati and a pice of sugarcane, and dined off this.Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier | T. L. Pennell
British Dictionary definitions for chapati
(in Indian cookery) a flat coarse unleavened bread resembling a pancake
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