Adjective "pizza" definition and examples

(Pizza may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈpiːtsə//ˈpɪtsə/

Definitions and examples

noun

A dish of Italian origin, consisting of a flat round base of dough baked with a topping of tomatoes and cheese, typically with added meat, fish, or vegetables.
  1. mass noun 'a slice of pizza'
  2. 'But he eventually set up on his own business and word quickly spread about his home-made pasta and pizzas.'
  3. 'Strew the mozzarella and tomatoes over the pizzas, then add the pancetta, ruffling it up a bit.'
  4. 'Salads were between three and six leva and pastas and pizzas were priced at around six or seven leva.'
  5. 'The pizzas were freshly baked in a brick oven and tasted absolutely fantastic.'
  6. 'The food consisted of a variety of sandwiches, mini pizzas, sushi, and other dishes along with cookies and coffee.'
  7. 'It is naturally, an Italian restaurant, and pizzas play an important role on its menu.'
  8. 'Eat them in salads, sandwiches, pizzas or use as an intense base for sauces.'
  9. 'The applicant wants to change the ground floor into a pizza and pasta takeaway.'
  10. 'This isn't an attempt to deprive the world of pizzas, the Italians just want some recognition for their creation.'
  11. 'Pizzette are miniature pizzas which are often fried rather than baked.'

More definitions

1. a flat, open-faced baked pie of Italian origin, consisting of a thin layer of bread dough topped with spiced tomato sauce and cheese, often garnished with anchovies, sausage slices, mushrooms, etc.

More examples(as adjective)

"restaurants can be pizza."

"huts can be pizza."

"franchises can be pizza."

Origin

Italian, literally ‘pie’.