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well-done

adjective     /ˌwelˈdʌn/
Meat that is well-done has been cooked completely and is not pink inside.Preparing food using heatPreparing food
Translations of “well-done”
in Chinese (Traditional) (肉)熟透的,煮得爛的…
in Russian хорошо прожаренный…
in Turkish iyi pişmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) (肉)熟透的,煮得烂的…
in Polish wypieczony…
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