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Meaning of “pork” in the English Dictionary

"pork" in British English

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porknoun [U]

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

"pork" in American English

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porknoun [U]

 us   /pɔrk/
meat from a ​pig, ​eaten as ​food: pork ​chops
(Definition of pork from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pork”
in Korean 돼지 고기…
in Arabic لَحْم الخِنْزير…
in Malaysian daging babi…
in French porc…
in Russian свинина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豬肉…
in Italian maiale…
in Turkish domuz eti…
in Polish wieprzowina…
in Spanish cerdo…
in Vietnamese thịt lợn…
in Portuguese carne de porco…
in Thai เนื้อหมู…
in German das Schweinefleisch…
in Catalan (carn de) porc…
in Japanese 豚肉, ポーク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猪肉…
in Indonesian daging babi…
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