Turkish Bread Meaning

(Australia) A broad, round and flat bread made from wheat, sometimes considered a type of pita; pide.

Example: Used other than as an idiom: see Turkish,‎ bread.
2008, Joseph J. Conte, Time to Say Goodbye, page 151,
  The Turkish breads are cornbread, Pide (a broad, round, and flat bread made of wheat), Lavash, Tandır bread (baked on the inner walls of a round oven called tandır), Bazlama, and Simit (also known as “gevrek”), another type of ring-shaped bread covered with sesame seeds.
2008, Charles Rawlings-Way, Meg Worby, Gabi Mocatta, Tasmania, Lonely Planet, 5th Edition, page 43,
  They devour sandwiches for lunch, with most sandwich fillings in cafés now coming on grilled, fancy-pants Italian bread such as focaccia, on bagels, or on Turkish bread (also known as pide).