Yakitori

/ˌjakɪˈtɔːri/

Origin

1960–65; < Japanese, equivalent to yaki broil + tori fowl (Source: dictionary.com)

Japanese, from yaki ‘grilling, frying’ + tori ‘bird’. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Yakitori

Yakitori

noun

  1. a dish of small pieces of boneless chicken, usually marinated, skewered, and grilled.
  2. a Japanese dish consisting of small pieces of chicken skewered and grilled

dictionary.com

Yakitori

noun

  1. A Japanese dish of chicken pieces grilled on a skewer.

lexico.com

Yakitori

noun

  1. : bite-size marinated pieces of beef, seafood, or chicken on skewers

merriam-webster.com

Example sentences for Yakitori

  1. Tokyo is home to many culinary highlights, chief among them the yakitori stalls.

Nearby words

yaje , yajur-veda , yak , yakety-yak , yakima , yakka , yakow , yakut , yakut autonomous republic , yakutsk

Subscribe to our updates
79 345 subscribers already with us
Copied!
Check the price
for your project

LOOKUP HISTORY

  • Empty list