Meaning of “dog biscuit” in the English Dictionary

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"dog biscuit" in English

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dog biscuitnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈdɒɡ ˌbɪs.kɪt/ us /ˈdɑːɡ ˌbɪs.kɪt/

Examples from literature

  • But what do we feed him—dog biscuit? 
  • Goodness, what appetites those walks gave us, and didn't we make the dog biscuits disappear? 
  • I knew they would do so, just as soon as a dog biscuit cost more than a lobster did. 
  • Splash looked on hungrily, until Mr. Brown tossed him a dog biscuit. 
  • The sporting miner's wife can no longer afford dog biscuits: "Our dog's got to eat what we eats now." 

(Definition of “dog biscuit” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"dog biscuit" in American English

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dog biscuitnoun [ C ]

us /dɔɡ ˌbɪs·kɪt/

a hard, baked cracker, often flavored with meat, for dogs to eat

(Definition of “dog biscuit” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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