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tapas

[ tuhp-uhs ]
/ ˈtʌp əs /
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noun Yoga.
the conditioning of the body through the proper kinds and amounts of diet, rest, bodily training, meditation, etc., to bring it to the greatest possible state of creative power.

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How Are Tapas Different In Spain?

Yair and Mara are from Spain, but they currently live in America. When they went back to visit family and friends, we asked them to explain how tapas are different in Spain.

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Origin of tapas

1930–35; <Sanskrit: penance, literally, heat
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British Dictionary definitions for tapas

tapas
/ (ˈtæpəs) /

pl n
  1. light snacks or appetizers, usually eaten with drinks
  2. (as modifier)a tapas bar

Word Origin for tapas

from Spanish tapa cover, lid
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