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meat

noun (FOOD) 食物     /miːt/
[U] the flesh of an animal when it is used for food (可食用的)肉 I don't eat meat. 我不吃肉。 raw meat 生肉 red/white meat 红/白肉 Meat - general words
[C] a type of meat (某一种)食用肉 a buffet of cold meats and cheeses 冷盘肉及干酪自助餐 Kinds of meat
Translations of “meat”
in Arabic لَحْم…
in Korean 고기…
in Malaysian daging…
in French (de) viande…
in Turkish et…
in Italian carne…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, (可食用的)肉, (某一種)食用肉…
in Russian мясо…
in Polish mięso…
in Vietnamese thịt…
in Spanish carne…
in Portuguese carne…
in Thai เนื้อสัตว์…
in German das Fleisch, Fleisch-……
in Catalan carn…
in Japanese (食)肉…
in Indonesian daging…
(Definition of meat noun (FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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