Sosis


Sosis
Vyann moulen ki ranje nan yon moso trip, nan kèk ti sak ki prepare avèk materyèl ki gen prèske menm gou avèk trip bèt. Sosis kapab long anpil, men mashann koupe yo nenpòt longè moun ki ap ashte yo vle mashann nan koupe yo. Gen sosis ki fèt avèk vyann anpil diferan bèt.

Definisyon 2500 mo Kreyòl. 2010.

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