or sa·té, sa·te
[ sah-tey ]
/ sɑˈteɪ /
a Southeast Asian, especially Indonesian and Malaysian, dish of marinated, bite-size pieces of meat, skewered, barbecued, and usually served with a peanut-flavored dipping sauce.
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Origin of satay
First recorded in 1930–35, satay is from the Malay word satay, sate
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British Dictionary definitions for satay
satai or sat
/ (ˈsæteɪ) /
barbecued spiced meat cooked on skewers usually made from the stems of coconut leaves
Word Origin for satay
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