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Definición de “loaf” en inglés

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loafnoun

uk   /ləʊf/  us   /loʊf/ (plural loaves)

loaf noun (BREAD)

B2 [C] bread that is shaped and baked in a single piece and can be sliced for eating: two loaves of white bread
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loaf noun (FOOD)

[C or U] a dish made of meat or vegetables cut into small pieces then pressed together and cooked in a single solid piece: meat/nut loaf

loafverb [I]

uk   /ləʊf/  us   /loʊf/ informal
to avoid activity, especially work: Stop loafing (about/around) and get on with cleaning the windows!
Traducciones de “loaf”
en árabe رَغيف…
en coreano 한 덩어리의 빵…
in Malaysian roti…
en francés pain, miche (de pain)…
en turco somun ekmek…
en italiano pane a cassetta, pagnotta, filone di pane…
en chino (tradicionál) 麵包, 一條(麵包)…
en ruso буханка, батон…
en polaco bochenek…
in Vietnamese ổ bánh…
en español pan, barra…
en portugués filão, pão…
in Thai ขนมปังแถวหนึ่ง…
en alemán der Laib…
en catalán barra, pa (de motlle)…
en japonés ローフ(焼いたパンのかたまり)…
in Indonesian roti…
en chino (simplificado) 面包, 一条(面包)…
(Definition of loaf from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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