parmo

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

parmesan +‎ -o, from the original name of the dish, escalope parmesan.

Noun[edit]

parmo (plural parmos)

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  1. (Britain, chiefly Teesside) A north-eastern English dish of deep-fried breaded chicken topped with béchamel sauce and cheese, sometimes served like a pizza with additional toppings.
    • 2012, Tim Moore, You Are Awful (But I Like You): Travels Around Unloved Britain
      But I hadn't eaten since breakfast, and felt sure that a parmo's bark (smell and appearance) could not possibly be as bad as its bite (taste).

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