from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small, often triangular piece of tortilla topped with cheese or chili-pepper sauce and broiled.
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- n. A single tortilla chip from a dish of nachos.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A tortilla chip topped with cheese and often chili-pepper or beans and then broiled; -- eaten as a snack or light meal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a tortilla chip topped with cheese and chili-pepper and broiled
The state of the nacho is worse than I thought if someone whose family is from Piedras Negras never thought of them the "proper" way.
Each nacho is its own entity (and that is key), with just enough toppings to give it flavor and a bit of heft but not enough to make it saggy or soggy.
With the ring upon her finger, we got off the ride and got some wine coolers and soft pretzels and dipped them in nacho cheese while listening to the country-band-of-the-hour sing love songs in the shadow of the Cotton Bowl.
Oh, and the "red bag doritos" are called nacho cheese!
For me, and for every Texan, there is only one kind of nacho: the latter.
Just to be totally clear, the women who ordered the "nacho" were officer's wives, from a nearby Air Force base.
Last August, "nacho" del Valle was hit with an additional 45 years for the Atenco Resistance.
He said he made a play on the word "nacho," then told Small it was the punchline to an old joke that he couldn't remember.
The best way to make cheesy nachos is with Doritos nacho cheese tortilla chips, of course.
AUBREY: What the kids don't seem to notice is that this isn't your standard nacho dip.
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