five-spice powder

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Etymology[edit]

Calque of Chinese 五香粉 (wǔxiāngfěn).

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five-spice powder (usually uncountable, plural five-spice powders)

  1. A ground mixture of five varieties of spice used in Chinese, East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisine.

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