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Jan 12

New Word: Poutine

Steno New Word Logo CroppedPoutine is the name of a Canadian dish that was reportedly created in Quebec. It is said that this dish got its name from the Quebecois slang word “poutine,” which means “mess.”

Poutine is created with three main ingredients: French fries, topped with cheese curd and gravy. The word “poutine” was officially added to Websters Dictionary in 2014.

Machine Briefs:

OPTION #1: poutine= PAO/TAO*EN
OPTION #2: poutine= PAOU/TAO*EN

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