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hamburger

noun     /ˈhæmˌbɜːɡər/
IN BREAD [C]
a round, flat shape of meat that is cooked in hot oil and eaten between round pieces of bread: a hamburger and friesSavoury dishes
MEAT [U] US ( UK mince)
beef (= meat from a cow) that is cut into very small piecesSausages, burgers and stuffingsSavoury dishes
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