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sandwich

noun [C] uk   /ˈsæn.wɪdʒ/  us   /-wɪtʃ/
A1 two pieces of bread, sometimes spread with butter or margarine , and with some other usually cold food between them: a tuna/ham sandwich a toasted sandwich a sandwich bar/box sandwich fillings UK (also sandwich cake) a cake consisting of two thin, round layers with a filling such as cream between them: a jam and cream sandwich a Victoria sandwich
More examples
  • a cheese sandwich
  • I just have a sandwich at midday.
  • I made him some sandwiches to take with him.
  • They sell sandwiches and rolls.
  • What would you like in your sandwich?
Translations of “sandwich”
in Arabic سَنْدَويتْش…
in Korean 샌드위치…
in Malaysian sandwic…
in French sandwich…
in Turkish ekmek arası, sandviç…
in Italian tramezzino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 三明治麵包, 夾心餅,三明治餅…
in Russian бутерброд…
in Polish kanapka…
in Vietnamese bánh xăng đuých…
in Spanish bocadillo, sándwich…
in Portuguese sanduíche…
in Thai แซนด์วิช…
in German das Sandwich…
in Catalan sandvitx, entrepà…
in Japanese サンドイッチ…
in Indonesian roti tangkep…
in Chinese (Simplified) 三明治,夹心面包片, 夹心饼,三明治饼…
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