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- A Smorgasbord of Inverse Problems
- Function: noun. Etymology: from Swedish smö rgås (open sandwich) + bord ( table). Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
- dizzyingly diverse in origin, aroma, and taste, including peanut satay, adona perplexed by the night's international smorgasbord of meat skewers.
- An International Menu
- Objective: Students will use dictionaries to research etymologies and explore the diverse origins of common foods we eat. Background.
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- MA Newsletter S03
- stated that the etymology of smorgasbord is found in the Swedish smörgåsbord, in which smörgås refers to an open sandwich and bord in reference to a table.
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- smorgasbord - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural 1893, from Swed. smörgåsbord "open sandwich table," lit.
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- smorgasbord: Definition from Answers.com
- A medley or miscellany. Etymology From Swedish Smörgåsbord, from smörgås ( bread and butter), from smör (butter) + gås (goose, lump of butter) + bord (table).