It means "search for leaven" in
Hebrew; what phrase is it?
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Chametz is leavened grain products.
According to the Torah, during Passover, "neither chametz (the result of grain
that ferments) nor se'or (highly fermented sourdough that is used to make
another dough ferment) shall be visible to you in all your boundaries." Thus
the night before Passover Seder, Jewish people search their houses for any
leavened grain products; this event is called Bidikat
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