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Meaning of “veal” - Learner’s Dictionary

veal

noun [U]     /viːl/
meat from a very young cowKinds of meat
Translations of “veal”
in Arabic لَحم بِتِلّو (مصر)…
in Korean 송아지 고기…
in Malaysian daging anak lembu…
in French veau…
in Turkish dana eti…
in Italian vitello (carne)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小牛肉, 牛犢肉…
in Russian телятина…
in Polish cielęcina…
in Vietnamese thịt bê…
in Spanish ternera…
in Portuguese vitela…
in Thai เนื้อลูกวัว…
in German das Kalbfleisch…
in Catalan vedella…
in Japanese 子牛の肉…
in Indonesian daging sapi muda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小牛肉, 牛犊肉…
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