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1.the American word for mince.

2.a dish emerging in late 16th century England, consisting of small pieces of meat, with a sauce made in the same pan. The term coming from the French hacher (to chop). By the end of the 18th century, hashes were generally made with left-over meat, served with toast or sippets. See 'Sippets'

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