mash|gi|ach


mash|gi|ach
mash|gi|ach «mahsh GEE ahkh», noun, plural -gi|chim «-gee khEEM».
an inspector appointed to supervise the observance of Jewish law in the preparation of kosher food.
[< Hebrew mashgiāh (literally) overseer]

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