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bacon

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈbeɪkən/
bring home the bacon informal to earn money to live on: Men were once solely responsible for bringing home the bacon. to be successful at something: They said they would bring home the bacon, but so far they have done no such thing, with sales falling 14%.
Traducciones de “bacon”
en coreano 베이컨…
en árabe لَحْم الخِنْزير المُقَدَّد…
en francés bacon…
en turco domuz pastırması…
en italiano pancetta…
en chino (tradicionál) 鹹肉(片),熏肉(片),培根…
en ruso бекон…
en polaco bekon, boczek…
en español tocino…
en portugués bacon, toucinho…
en alemán der Speck…
en catalán bacó, cansalada…
en japonés ベーコン…
en chino (simplificado) 咸肉(片),熏肉(片)…
(Definition of bacon from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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