/teuh booh"leuh, -lee/, n. Middle Eastern Cookery.
a salad of fine-ground bulgur, parsley, tomatoes, green onions, mint, olive oil, and lemon juice.
[1960-65; ( < F) < Levantine Ar tabbule, deriv. of tabil spice]

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