bollito misto

noun bol·li·to mis·to \bȯ¦lētōˈmē(ˌ)stō, -ētōˈ-\

Definition of bollito misto

plural

bolliti misti

\-ētēˈmēstē, -ētēˈ-\
  1. :  a dish of mixed meats (such as lamb, veal, beef, and sausage) boiled with vegetables

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Origin and Etymology of bollito misto

Italian, literally, mixed boiled dish


First Known Use: 1970


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