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vealnoun [U]

 us   /vil/
meat from very ​youngcattle
(Definition of veal from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “veal”
in Korean 송아지 고기…
in Arabic لَحم بِتِلّو (مصر)…
in Malaysian daging anak lembu…
in French veau…
in Russian телятина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小牛肉, 牛犢肉…
in Italian vitello (carne)…
in Turkish dana eti…
in Polish cielęcina…
in Spanish ternera…
in Vietnamese thịt bê…
in Portuguese vitela…
in Thai เนื้อลูกวัว…
in German das Kalbfleisch…
in Catalan vedella…
in Japanese 子牛の肉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小牛肉, 牛犊肉…
in Indonesian daging sapi muda…
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