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breadnoun [U]

uk   /bred/ us   /bred/
A1 a food made from flour, water, and usually yeast, mixed together and baked: a slice of bread a loaf of bread white/brown bread wholemeal (US whole -wheat) bread sliced bread This bread is fresh/stale. Do you bake your own bread?

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breadnoun [C/U]

us   /bred/
a basic food made from flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked: [U] a slice/loaf of bread
slang Bread is also money.
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Translations of “bread”
in Korean 빵…
in Arabic خُبْز…
in Malaysian roti, sumber pendapatan…
in French pain…
in Russian хлеб…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麵包…
in Italian pane…
in Turkish ekmek…
in Polish chleb…
in Spanish pan, las habichuelas…
in Vietnamese bánh mỳ, kế sinh nhai…
in Portuguese pão…
in Thai ขนมปัง, ชีวิตความเป็นอยู่, อาชีพ…
in German das Brot, der Lebensunterhalt…
in Catalan pa…
in Japanese パン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 面包…
in Indonesian roti, nafkah…
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