noun sub·gum \ˈsəb-ˈgəm\

Definition of SUBGUM

:  a dish of Chinese origin prepared with a mixture of vegetables (as peppers, water chestnuts, and mushrooms)

Origin of SUBGUM

Chinese (Guangdong) sahp-gám, literally, assorted, mixed
First Known Use: 1911


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