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tamasha

[ tuh-mah-shuh ]
/ təˈmɑ ʃə /
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noun
(in the East Indies) a spectacle; entertainment.
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Origin of tamasha

1680–90; <Urdu <Persian tamāshā a stroll <Arabic
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British Dictionary definitions for tamasha

tamasha
/ (təˈmɑːʃə) /

noun
(in India) a show; entertainment

Word Origin for tamasha

C17: via Urdu from Arabic: a stroll, saunter
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