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halal

adjective [before noun]     /hæˈlæl/
describes meat from an animal that has been killed in the way that is demanded by Islamic law, or someone who sells this meat (肉)按伊斯兰教教规宰杀牲畜取得的,合伊斯兰教教规的 halal meat 伊斯兰教的合法畜肉 a halal butcher 出售伊斯兰教合法畜肉的肉商 IslamVarious qualities of food
(Definition of halal from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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