[ key-suh-dee-uh; Spanish ke-sah-thee-yah ]
/ ˌkeɪ səˈdi ə; Spanish ˌkɛ sɑˈði yɑ /
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noun, plural que·sa·dil·las [key-suh-dee-uhz; Spanish ke-sah-thee-yahs]. /ˌkeɪ səˈdi əz; Spanish ˌkɛ sɑˈði yɑs/. Mexican Cooking.
a tortilla folded over a filling of shredded cheese, and sometimes vegetables or meat, cooked on a griddle or the like.
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That’s because what I’ve just described is basically a quesadilla.TikTok’s tortilla trend is basically a quesadilla — with extra fun folded in|Aaron Hutcherson|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for quesadilla
/ (ˌkeɪsəˈdiːljə, -ˈdiːjə) /
a toasted tortilla filled with cheese and sometimes other ingredients
Word Origin for quesadilla
C21: from Spanish, diminutive of queso cheese
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