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meat and two veg

UK
a ​traditional British ​meal of ​cooked, ​hot meat with two ​types of ​vegetables
(Definition of meat and two veg from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “meat and two veg”
in Chinese (Simplified) 英国传统餐食(煮肉配两种蔬菜)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英國傳統餐食(煮肉配兩種蔬菜)…
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