bubble and squeak

noun

Definition of bubble and squeak

  1. :  a British dish consisting of usually leftover potatoes, greens (such as cabbage), and sometimes meat fried together

1752

First Known Use of bubble and squeak

1752


BUBBLE AND SQUEAK Defined for English Language Learners

bubble and squeak

noun

Definition of bubble and squeak for English Language Learners

  • : a meal of potatoes, cabbage, and sometimes meat mixed together and fried


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