[adjective, noun kah-shair; verb kah-sher] /adjective, noun kɑˈʃɛər; verb ˈkɑ ʃər/
adjective, noun, verb (used with object)
(transitive) (Judaism) to make fit for use; render kosher: for instance, to remove excess blood from (meat) by the prescribed process of washing and salting, or to remove all trace of previous nonkosher substances from (a utensil) by heating, immersion, etc See also kosher
[kah-shuh] /ˈkɑ ʃə/ noun 1. a soft food prepared from hulled and crushed grain, especially buckwheat. 2. such grain before cooking. [kash-uh] /ˈkæʃ ə/ Trademark. 1. a brand name for a soft fabric of wool and goat’s hair, having a napped surface and a slight crosswise streak. /ˈkɑːʃə/ noun 1. a dish originating in Eastern […]
[kah-shee, kash-ee] /ˈkɑˈʃi, ˈkæʃ i/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a city in W Xinjiang Uygur, in extreme W China. /ˈkɑːˈʃiː/ noun 1. an oasis city in W China, in W Xinjiang. Pop: 318 000 (2005 est) noun See okashi
[kash-im, kah-shim] /ˈkæʃ ɪm, ˈkɑ ʃɪm/ noun, Alaska. 1. a building used by Eskimos as a community gathering place or as a place where men congregate and socialize.
- Kashin-bek disease
Kashin-Bek disease Ka·shin-Bek disease (kä’shĭn-běk’) n. A form of generalized osteoarthrosis endemic in certain areas of Asia and possibly caused by eating wheat infected with the fungus Fusarium sporotrichiella.