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fabada

[ fuh-bah-duh; Spanish fah-bah-thah ]
/ fəˈbɑ də; Spanish fɑˈβɑ ðɑ /
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noun, plural fa·ba·das [fuh-bah-duhz; Spanish fah-bah-thahs]. /fəˈbɑ dəz; Spanish fɑˈβɑ ðɑs/. Spanish Cooking.

a stew of broad beans usually cooked with pork, sausage, and bacon.

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Origin of fabada

First recorded in 1910–15; from dialectal Spanish (Asturias), equivalent to fab(a) “bean” (from Latin faba) + -ada noun suffix; see origin at -ade1, bean
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