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meat

noun /miːt/
the flesh of animals or birds used as food
carne
She does not eat meat (also adjective) What did you have for the meat course?
meaty adjective ( comparative meatier, superlative meatiest) full of (animal) meat
con mucha carne
a meaty soup/stew.
(tasting, smelling etc) like meat
a carne
This smells meaty.
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 Portuguese carne…
in Thai เนื้อสัตว์…
in German das Fleisch, Fleisch-……
in Catalan carn…
in Japanese (食)肉…
in Indonesian daging…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, (可食用的)肉, (某一种)食用肉…
(Definition of meat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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