Dim sim

Chinese food (found only in Australia!?)

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • dim sim — dim sum 7 [ˌdɪm ˈsʌm] [ˌdɪm ˈsʌm] (also dim sim [ˌdɪm ˈsɪm] ; [ˌdɪm ˈsɪm] ) noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • dim sim — /dɪm ˈsɪm / (say dim sim) noun a dish of Chinese origin, made of seasoned meat wrapped in thin dough and steamed or fried. Compare dim sum. {? Cantonese tim sam snack} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dim sim — For the Chinese brunch, see Dim sum. A steamed dim sim. A dim sim is a Chinese inspired meat dumpling style snack food popular in Australia. The dish normally consists of a large ball of pork or other meat, cabbage and flavourings, encased in a… …   Wikipedia

  • dim sim — Australian Slang Chinese food (found only in Australia!?) …   English dialects glossary

  • Dim sum — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Típico desayuno de dim sum en Hong Kong. De izquierda a derecha y de arriba a abajo: bollos de masa rellenos de camarón(ha gau), té de jazmín, sopa de vegetales y pollo, salsa picante, bollos al vapor, arollados de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • dim sum — [dɪm sʌm] (also dim sim sɪm) noun a Chinese dish of small steamed or fried savoury dumplings containing various fillings. Origin from Chin. (Cantonese dialect) tim sam, from tim dot and sam heart …   English new terms dictionary

  • dim sum — /dɪm ˈsʊm/ (say dim soom), /ˈsʌm/ (say sum) noun (in Chinese cookery) individual servings of food, as offered during yum cha. See yum cha. Compare dim sim. {Cantonese: snack, dainty, literally, little heart; equivalent to Mandarin diănxin} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dim sum — For other uses, see Dimsum (disambiguation). Dim sum Typical dim sum breakfast in Hong Kong. From left to right and top to bottom: har gau, jasmine tea, chicken and vegetable congee, steamed dumpling, rice nood …   Wikipedia

  • dim sum — n. (also dim sim) 1 a meal or course of savoury Cantonese style snacks. 2 (usu. dim sim) Austral. a dish of Cantonese origin, consisting of steamed or fried meat cooked in thin dough. Etymology: Cantonese dim sam, lit. dot of the heart …   Useful english dictionary

  • dim sum — noun A light meal or brunch eaten leisurely, with tea, usually sometime from morning to early afternoon (sometimes nighttime) with family or friends and typically consisting of a selection of small dumplings and rolls. See Also: yum cha, Hanzi,… …   Wiktionary

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