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ground beef

noun [U] uk   us   US (UK mince)
meat, usually beef, that has been cut up into very small pieces, often using a special machine
Translations of “ground beef”
in Vietnamese thịt bò xay…
in Spanish carne picada…
in Thai เนื้อบด…
in Malaysian daging lembu kisar…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指肉)切碎的,剁細的…
in Indonesian daging giling…
in Russian мясной фарш…
in Turkish kıyma, çekilmiş et…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指肉)切碎的,剁细的…
in Polish mielone wołowe…
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