What Does KIMCHI Mean in a Text?

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KIMCHI is a dish consisting of traditional Korean salted and fermented vegetables.

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In Korean cuisine, KIMCHI is a traditional dish of salted and fermented vegetables, which is typically served as a side dish or as an accompaniment to rice. KIMCHI includes some combination of vegetables, salt, fish sauce, garlic, ginger, and chili peppers. Cabbage is the most common vegetable used to make KIMCHI, but carrots, radish, and cucumber are also often used. The mix is pickled and fermented.

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meaning of KIMCHI

"Traditional Korean Salted and Fermented Vegetables"

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"Traditional Korean Salted and Fermented Vegetables" is, by far, the most common meaning for KIMCHI when it is used in a text. (Bear in mind that it could have another meaning if used in a different context.)
Definition:Traditional Korean Salted and Fermented Vegetables
Type:Word (Korean)
Guessability:guessability level 4

4: Difficult to guess

Typical Users:typical user
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