[ chi-poht-ley; Spanish chee-pawt-le ]


, plural chi·pot·les [chi-, poht, -leyz, chee-, pawt, -les].
  1. a mature jalapeño pepper that is smoked until dried, used whole or ground into a spice, especially in Mexican cooking.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of chipotle1

First recorded in 1920–25; from Mexican Spanish chipotle, chilpotle, chilpocle, from unrecorded Nahuatl chīlpōctli, equivalent to chīlli chile 1( def ) + pōctli “smoke”

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Example Sentences

After several months of testing at the chain’s Cultivate innovation center in Irvine, California, Chippy will makes its restaurant debut at a Chipotle in Fountain Valley, California next month.

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She has said those words — sometimes to herself, silently, or aloud when she’s with other observant friends — in Chipotles, in airplanes, and in restaurants.

Red and slick, tinga is both a preparation and dish, a saucy base flavored with sweet onions, tomatoes and chipotle chiles in which roasted and shredded meat is simmered until it’s fall-apart tender.

Add the tomatoes, water and chipotle chiles, and cook, stirring, until the sauce comes to a simmer, about 3 minutes.

Previous petitions have been aimed at companies like Chipotle, Jack in the Box, Starbucks, and Facebook.

After an event in the Dallas area, we sought for and received permission from the manager of a local Chipotle to sit down and eat.

No one in Chipotle was frightened or alarmed, because we had two uniformed police officers with our 10-member group.

As of Monday, Chipotle joined Starbucks and Jack in the Box in banning the open carry of guns in their stores.

And if conservatives are against the private company in the case of Chipotle, are they suddenly for government?





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