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egg

noun (FOOD) 食物     //
[C or U] the oval object with a hard shell which is produced by female birds, especially chickens, and which is eaten as food (食用的)蛋,尤指雞蛋 a hard-boiled/soft-boiled egg 煮得老的/嫩的雞蛋 How do you like your eggs - fried or boiled? 雞蛋你想怎樣吃?是吃煎的還是煮的? Dairy products and eggs
[C] an object which is made in the shape of a bird's egg 蛋狀物 a chocolate/marble egg 巧克力蛋/大理石球 Spherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
(Definition of egg noun (FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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