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ham

noun /hӕm/
the top of the back leg of a pig, salted and dried
jamón
roast ham.
ham-fisted adjective clumsy
torpe, desmañado
He can’t tie a knot in that rope – he’s too ham-fisted.
Translations of “ham”
in Korean 햄…
in Arabic لَحْم الخِنْزير…
in French jambon…
in Italian prosciutto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肉, 火腿…
in Russian ветчина…
in Turkish jambon, domuz pastırması…
in Polish szynka…
in Portuguese presunto…
in German der Schinken…
in Catalan pernil…
in Japanese ハム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肉, 火腿…
(Definition of ham from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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