[ pik-uh-dil-oh; Spanish pee-kah-dee-yaw, ‐dee-lyaw ]
/ ˌpɪk əˈdɪl oʊ; Spanish ˌpi kɑˈdi yɔ, ‐ˈdi lyɔ /
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noun, plural pi·ca·dil·los [pik-uh-dil-ohz; Spanish pee-kah-dee-yaws, ‐dee-lyaws]. /ˌpɪk əˈdɪl oʊz; Spanish ˌpi kɑˈdi yɔs, ‐ˈdi lyɔs/.
a traditional Latin American and Spanish dish of ground meat, onions, tomatoes, raisins, olives, and spices.
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Example sentences from the Web for picadillo
To assemble, spoon the picadillo mixture into each chile through the slit in the center, filling it as much as possible.
Picadillo, plantano, pork asado, arroz con pollo and Cuban sandwiches flow like sailboats cruising down the bay.