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hibachi

[ hi-bah-chee ]
/ hɪˈbɑ tʃi /
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noun
a small Japanese-style charcoal brazier covered with a grill, usually used for outdoor cooking.
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Origin of hibachi

1860–65; <Japanese, equivalent to hi fire (earlier fi(y) <*poi) +-bachi combining form of hachi pot, earlier fati<Middle Chinese, akin to Chinese monk's bowl; perhaps <Pali patta<Sanskrit pā́tra drinking vessel
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British Dictionary definitions for hibachi

hibachi
/ (hɪˈbɑːtʃɪ) /

noun
a portable brazier for heating and cooking food

Word Origin for hibachi

from Japanese, from hi fire + bachi bowl
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