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salaminoun [U]

uk   /səˈlɑː.mi/ us   /səˈlɑː.mi/
a large sausage made from meat and spices that has a strong taste and is usually eaten cold in slices
(Definition of salami from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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salaminoun [U]

us   /səˈlɑm·i/
a large, strongly flavored sausage (= meat cut into small pieces and shaped in a tube) that is usually eaten cold in slices
(Definition of salami from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “salami”
in Spanish Salchichón…
in Vietnamese xúc xích salami…
in Malaysian salami…
in Thai ไส้กรอกซาลามี่…
in Chinese (Simplified) 萨拉米香肠…
in Turkish salam…
in Russian салями…
in Indonesian salami…
in Chinese (Traditional) 莎樂美香腸,薩拉米香腸…
in Polish salami…
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