[ mah-kee-zoo-shee ]
/ ˈmɑ kiˈzu ʃi /
See under sushi.
Origin of maki-zushi
Definition for maki-zushi (2 of 2)
[ soo-shee ]
/ ˈsu ʃi /
noun Japanese Cookery.
cold boiled rice moistened with rice vinegar, usually shaped into bite-size pieces and topped with raw seafood (nigiri-zushi) or formed into a long seaweed-wrapped roll, often around strips of vegetable or raw fish, and sliced into bite-size pieces (maki-zushi).
Origin of sushi
1895–1900; < literary Japanese: literally, it is sour
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British Dictionary definitions for maki-zushi
/ (ˈsuːʃɪ) /
a Japanese dish consisting of small cakes of cold rice with a topping esp of raw fish
Word Origin for sushi
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Word Origin and History for maki-zushi
1893, from Japanese.
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