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migas

[ mee-gahs ]
/ ˈmi gɑs /
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noun
a Tex-Mex dish of scrambled eggs with fried corn tortilla strips, hot peppers, onion, tomato, and seasonings, often served with tortillas, salsa, etc.
a Spanish or Portuguese appetizer made from moistened cubes of leftover bread, sautéed with garlic in olive oil, and served with bacon, sausage, spinach etc.
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Origin of migas

First recorded in 2005–10; from Spanish: literally, “crumbs”
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How to use migas in a sentence

  • Vamos, se me figura que20 ustedes dos van a hacer buenas migas.

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