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chile verde

[ chil-ee vair-dee, -dey, vur-, chee-le; Spanish chee-le ver-the ]
/ ˈtʃɪl i ˈvɛər di, -deɪ, ˈvɜr-, ˈtʃi lɛ; Spanish ˈtʃi lɛ ˈḇɛr ðɛ /
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noun Southwest Cooking.
a stew of beef or pork, or both, flavored with hot green peppers.
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Origin of chile verde

First recorded in 1865–70; from Spanish (Mexico, Texas)chile verde “green chile pepper”
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