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loaf

noun [C]  us   /loʊf/ (plural loaves  /loʊvz/ )

loaf noun [C] (BREAD)

bread that is shaped and baked in a single piece and can be sliced for eating: Get a loaf of white bread from the corner store.

loaf

verb [I]  us   /loʊf/ infml

loaf verb [I] (AVOID WORK)

to avoid activity, esp. work: He just wanted to loaf for a while before beginning the new job.
Translations of “loaf”
in Arabic رَغيف…
in Korean 한 덩어리의 빵…
in Malaysian roti…
in French pain, miche (de pain)…
in Turkish somun ekmek…
in Italian pane a cassetta, pagnotta, filone di pane…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麵包, 一條(麵包)…
in Russian буханка, батон…
in Polish bochenek…
in Vietnamese ổ bánh…
in Spanish pan, barra…
in Portuguese filão, pão…
in Thai ขนมปังแถวหนึ่ง…
in German der Laib…
in Catalan barra, pa (de motlle)…
in Japanese ローフ(焼いたパンのかたまり)…
in Indonesian roti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 面包, 一条(面包)…
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