döner kebab Middle‐Eastern, Greek, and Turkish (showarma in Arabic); slices of lamb, highly flavoured with herbs and spices, wound around a revolving spit, cooked in front of a vertical charcoal (or sometimes gas) fire. See also kebab.
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