bra·ci·o·la (brä′chē-ōlə, brä-chō-) or bra·ci·o·le (-lā′, -lĕ′)
A thin slice of meat, usually wrapped around a stuffing and cooked with wine.
[Italian, probably from dialectal braṣola, from braṣa, glowing ember, of Germanic origin; see bhreu- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
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