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Translation of "beef" - English-Spanish dictionary

beef

noun [no plural]   /biːf/
B1 the meat of a cow carne de vaca o ternera roast beef
(Definition of beef from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

beef

noun /biːf/
the flesh of a bull, cow or ox, used as food carne de vaca minced/ground beef.
beefy adjective
of or like beef de carne de vaca The soup had a beefy taste.
having a lot of fat or muscle fornido, corpulento a beefy man.
beefburger noun
(British) a hamburger Hamburguesa a beefburger served in a toasted bun.
(Definition of beef from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “beef”
in Korean 소고기…
in Arabic لَحْم البَقَر…
in Malaysian daging lembu…
in French boeuf…
in Russian говядина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肉, 牛肉…
in Italian manzo…
in Turkish sığır eti…
in Polish wołowina…
in Vietnamese thịt bò…
in Portuguese carne de vaca/boi…
in Thai เนื้อวัว…
in German das Rindfleisch…
in Catalan carn de bou o vedella…
in Japanese 牛肉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肉, 牛肉…
in Indonesian daging sapi…
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