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Meaning of “gammon” in the English Dictionary

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(Definition of gammon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “gammon”
in Korean 개먼, 돼지고기를 두껍게 잘라 훈제한 것…
in Arabic فَخذ خِنزير…
in Malaysian gamon…
in French jambon fumé…
in Russian окорок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 醃豬後腿, 熏豬肋肉…
in Italian prosciutto affumicato…
in Turkish domuz jambonu…
in Polish mięso od szynki…
in Spanish jamón ahumado o curado con sal…
in Vietnamese giăm bông…
in Portuguese pernil curado…
in Thai แฮม…
in German geräucherter Schinken…
in Catalan pernil curat…
in Japanese ガモン(豚肉の塩漬け)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 腌猪后腿, 熏猪肋肉…
in Indonesian daging asap…
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