[chuh-ras-koh; Spanish choor-rahs-kaw] /tʃəˈræs koʊ; Spanish tʃurˈrɑs kɔ/
noun, plural churrascos
[chuh-ras-kohz; Spanish choor-rahs-kaws] /tʃəˈræs koʊz; Spanish tʃurˈrɑs kɔs/ (Show IPA), for 2. Latin-American Cookery.
meat cooked over an open fire.
a large piece of meat suitable for barbecuing.
a South American method of grilling meat on a wood or charcoal fire, esp. in Argentina and Brazil; also, a dish of food cooked this way
Spanish churrascar ‘to scorch, singe’
[choo r-ee-guh-resk] /ˌtʃʊər i gəˈrɛsk/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to the baroque architecture of Spain and its colonies in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, characterized by fantastic and lavish detailing. /ˌtʃʊərɪɡəˈrɛsk/ adjective 1. of or relating to a style of baroque architecture of Spain in the late 17th and early 18th centuries
[chur] /tʃɜr/ verb (used without object), noun 1. . [chur] /tʃɜr/ verb (used without object) 1. to make a characteristic shrill, trilling sound, as a grasshopper. noun 2. the sound of chirring. /tʃɜː/ verb 1. (intransitive) (esp of certain insects, such as crickets) to make a shrill trilled sound noun 2. the sound of chirring […]
[choo r-oh; Spanish choor-raw] /ˈtʃʊər oʊ; Spanish ˈtʃur rɔ/ noun, plural churros [choo r-ohz; Spanish choor-raws] /ˈtʃʊər oʊz; Spanish ˈtʃur rɔs/ (Show IPA). Mexican Cookery. 1. a long, slender, deep-fried pastry resembling a cruller.
[chooz] /tʃuz/ verb (used with or without object), chused, chusing. 1. Archaic. .