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A type of Japanese tea made from green tea leaves that have been steamed, rolled, and dried.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Practical Magazine. From Japanese sencha from sen- to boil, infuse in hot water (from Middle Chinese; compare Chinese jiān to fry, to simmer in water) + cha tea.
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