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"ham" in British English

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hamnoun

uk   /hæm/  us   /hæm/
(Definition of ham from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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hamnoun

 us   /hæm/
  • ham noun (MEAT)

[C/U] meat from a pig’s leg or shoulder: [C] a boiled ham [U] ham and eggs
  • ham noun (ACTOR)

[C] an actor who tends to perform with too much obvious expression
  • ham noun (RADIO)

(Definition of ham from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ham”
in Korean 햄…
in Arabic لَحْم الخِنْزير…
in Malaysian ham…
in French jambon…
in Russian ветчина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肉, 火腿…
in Italian prosciutto…
in Turkish jambon, domuz pastırması…
in Polish szynka…
in Spanish jamón…
in Vietnamese giăm bông…
in Portuguese presunto…
in Thai เนื้อขาหมูรมควัน…
in German der Schinken…
in Catalan pernil…
in Japanese ハム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肉, 火腿…
in Indonesian ham…
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