'cue

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See also: cue, CUE, -cue, cu'e, , -cü, and -çü

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'cue (countable and uncountable, plural 'cues)

  1. (US, informal) Clipping of barbecue.
    • 2008, David Gelin, BBQ Joints (→ISBN), page 22:
      Some are homes that are converted into barbecue joints and, yes, some are even part of a church. [It ...] will inspire you to do your best in whatever you do, no matter how humble, or at least inspire you to go out and get some 'cue.
    • 2013, Four Seasons of Travel (→ISBN), page 18:
      One of the premier events on the BBQ cooking contest circuit. [] To actually feast on some 'cue, head to one of Memphis's many great barbecue restaurants.

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