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pork

noun [U] uk   /pɔːk/ us    /pɔːrk/
B1 meat from a pig, eaten as food: a pork chop pork sausages
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in Korean 돼지 고기…
in Arabic لَحْم الخِنْزير…
in French porc…
in Turkish domuz eti…
in Italian maiale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豬肉…
in Russian свинина…
in Polish wieprzowina…
in Spanish cerdo…
in Portuguese carne de porco…
in German das Schweinefleisch…
in Catalan (carn de) porc…
in Japanese 豚肉, ポーク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猪肉…
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