[ bˈɔːʃt bˈɛlt], [ bˈɔːʃt bˈɛlt], [ b_ˈɔː_ʃ_t b_ˈɛ_l_t]
How to use "Borsht belt" in context?
Borscht Belt is a popular region in the southeastern United States for Jewish immigrants and their descendants. The Jewish section of the area is now generally referred to as the "Borscht Belt" or the "Jewish Section" of the "Borscht Belt", but the name may have derived from the Russian word ÃÂ±ÃÂ¾Ã‘â‚¬Ã‘â€° (borshch), meaning beet soup.
The term Borscht Belt was first used in the Yiddish newspaper Ã¥Â¤Â§Ã¦â€¹â€¡Ã¦Å’â€¡ in 1938, to describe Newark, New Jersey, which was then home to a large Jewish population.
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