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goulashgou‧lash /ˈɡuːlæʃ $ -lɑːʃ, -læʃ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa dish of meat cooked in liquid with a hot-tasting pepper, originally from Hungary
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goulashWith sudden resolve she began to prepare a beef goulash for dinner.Eat it was, the goulash excellent, good black bread, and the wine very passable.If she were to insist on veal goulash, for example, all would be lost.
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