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top and tail

to ​cut off the hard ​parts at each end of a ​fruit or ​vegetable when you ​prepare it for ​cooking: Top and ​tail the ​beans.
(Definition of top and tail from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “top and tail”
in Chinese (Simplified) 除去(水果或蔬菜)的两头…
in Chinese (Traditional) 除去(水果或蔬菜)的兩頭…
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