[ mˈade͡ɪk], [ mˈadeɪk], [ m_ˈa_d_eɪ_k]
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How to use "Madake" in context?
Madake is a traditional Japanese dish made from rice, seafood, and vegetables simmered in soy sauce or mirin. The term madake can also refer to a skillet-fried rice dish that is popular in Japan.
Homophones for Madake:
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