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/ ˈflætˌbrɛd /
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Also flat·brod [flat-brohd]. /ˈflæt broʊd/. a thin, waferlike bread, usually rye, baked especially in Scandinavian countries.
Also flat bread . any of various often unleavened breads baked in round, flat loaves or cakes, as those eaten in India, the Middle East, and Italy.
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Origin of flatbread
1875–80; perhaps originally translation of Norwegian flatbröd
Words nearby flatbread
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Example sentences from the Web for flatbread
Acadians use ployes as common flatbread, serving stacks of them alongside supper as well as at breakfast.On the Canadian Border, It's Pancakes for Every Meal|Jane & Michael Stern|July 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He laid down three different types of lamb kabob, two plates of kibbeh, flatbread, and salads.
British Dictionary definitions for flatbread
/ (ˈflætˌbrɛd) /
a type of thin unleavened bread
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