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baguette

noun [C] uk   /bæɡˈet/ ( UK also French stick) us  
a long, thin stick of white bread, of a type that originally came from France UK a baguette, or part of a baguette, that is filled with cold food such as meat, cheese, or salad, and eaten as a sandwich: a ham and cheese baguette
Translations of “baguette”
in Spanish Barra de Pan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法式長條麵包…
in Russian длинный французский хлеб, багет…
in Turkish Fransız usulü ince, uzun, beyaz somun ekmeği…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法式长棍面包…
in Polish bagietka…
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