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bread

noun /bred/
a type of food made of flour or meal baked bread and butter a loaf of bread. one’s living
pan, las habichuelas
This is how I earn my daily bread.
bread bin noun (British ) a container that you store bread in so as to keep it fresh; bread box (American)
Contenedor Para Pan
There should be a loaf in the bread bin.
breadcrumbs noun plural very tiny pieces of bread
pan rallado
Dip the fish in egg and breadcrumbs.
breadwinner noun a person who earns money to keep a family
sostén (familiar)
When her husband died, she had to become the breadwinner.
bread and butter noun (a way of earning) one’s living
sustento, forma de ganarse la vida
Writing novels is my bread and butter.
on the breadline with barely enough to live on
vivir en la miseria, no tener pan que llevarse a la boca
The widow and her children are on the breadline.
bread and butter takes a singular verb.
Translations of “bread”
in Arabic خُبْز…
in Korean 빵…
in Malaysian roti, sumber pendapatan…
in French pain…
in Turkish ekmek…
in Italian pane…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麵包…
in Russian хлеб…
in Polish chleb…
in Vietnamese bánh mỳ, kế sinh nhai…
in Portuguese pão…
in Thai ขนมปัง, ชีวิตความเป็นอยู่, อาชีพ…
in German das Brot, der Lebensunterhalt…
in Catalan pa…
in Japanese パン…
in Indonesian roti, nafkah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 面包…
(Definition of bread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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