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steak

noun [C or U] uk   /steɪk/ us  
A2 a thick, flat piece of meat or fish, especially meat from a cow: T-bone/sirloin steaks salmon/turkey steaks Shall we have steak for dinner?
Translations of “steak”
in Korean 스테이크…
in Arabic شَريحة…
in French bifteck, tranche, darne…
in Turkish biftek…
in Italian bistecca, costata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肉排, 肉塊, 魚排…
in Russian бифштекс…
in Polish stek, befsztyk…
in Spanish bistec…
in Portuguese bife…
in German das Steak, das Filet…
in Catalan filet…
in Japanese (肉や魚の)ステーキ肉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肉排, 肉块, 鱼排…
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